Price per head sportsbooks found out that the NFL Players Association is evaluating if the league concussion protocol was followed by the Oakland Raiders in the team’s 37-21 loss to the Denver Broncos on Monday night.
QB Terrelle Pryor suffered a concussion when he was hit by Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard, but pay per head services saw that he stayed in the game for two more plays before leaving for the locker room with medical staff to be examined.
“It’s questionable,” a source told ESPN.
The union is waiting for a receipt of the official game report from Oakland before deciding on what to do next.
Price per head sportsbooks learned that based on game tape review, the union is concerned on whether Pryor was checked for symptoms before the decision to let him continue playing after the hit by Woodyard, and whether Pryor spoke with coach Dennis Allen on the sidelines before the next play.
After the game, Allen said that the player did not show immediate symptoms even though he was laying face down on the field shortly after the hit. Allen stated his belief that Oakland followed the league’s procedures.
Price per head sportsbooks saw that Pryor posted messages on his Twitter account on Tuesday indicating that he did not remember much of the game – something that concerned many of his fans.
Sorry about the loss RaiderNation. I don’t remember much ! Good hit by whoever it was. I heard our team fought well .. We will be back!
Terrelle Pryor (@TerrellePryor) September 24, 2013
“Football’s a tough sport, and there’s going to be collisions and you try to do everything you can to make sure that you’re taking into account player safety, and I think our medical people followed the protocol that’s set forth by the NFL,” Allen said.
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Price per head sportsbooks and doctors with experience treating and diagnosing concussions say that it is not an uncommon thing for a player who suffered a concussion to not be aware of the injury immediately, due to adrenaline, and a player can show symptoms as he continues playing, as a concussion often evolves during a game after a player suffered head trauma.