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Andy Dalton, who took over for Dak Prescott after his season-ending ankle injury, returned from a concussion he suffered in a Week 7 loss at Washington and a bout with the coronavirus to beat the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

He missed two games because of a concussion and then a positive coronavirus test.

AFC South thrives and the Steelers stay unbeaten in NFL Week 11Cindy Boren, Mark Maske, Des BielerNovember 23, 2020Washington Post

The most common sport responsible for concussions was football.

In August, a protester outside police headquarters hit an officer in the head with a cane, causing a concussion, according to police officials.

No Unlawful Assembly Charges So Far Following Dozens of ArrestsBrittany Cruz-Fejeran and Ashly McGloneOctober 12, 2020Voice of San Diego

That said, the relationship between the players union and the league has often been adversarial — over concussions, race relations, and more.

So, I asked him to talk about player safety, especially in light of the league’s history with concussions.

There’s been a sea change in the reporting of injuries and certainly around concussion and the recognition that that’s a serious injury.

The earth trembles with the concussion, the waters hiss and foam and rush furiously over the impediments in their course.

The Western WorldW.H.G. Kingston

In the concussion of two cosmical bodies, like the sun and the earth, an enormous quantity of motion is thus converted into heat.

He would then throw his, and mine would explode by the concussion.

Old Man Savarin and Other StoriesEdward William Thomson

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