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Results tagged with 'concussions'

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Milwaukee Talks: Former Packers linebacker George Koonce

Published March 18, 2013

In this installment of Milwaukee Talks, OnMilwaukee.com caught up with former Green Bay Packers linebacker George Koonce. He discussed his current work at Marquette University and his new role in helping NFL players transition into the real world after football.

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Was the Super Bowl the last true football game we'll ever see?

Published Feb. 5, 2013

It's hard to tolerate the extreme sadness about the great Super Bowl game played Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens held on to beat the San Francisco 49ers. I'm sad because it could be the last real football game any of us ever see.

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Packers' Jennings is reminder of why concussion care is vital

Published Jan. 9, 2013

Caring for an athlete's concussion is more important than ever. Take the Packers' Greg Jennings, for example. In this blog, Dr. Therese Miller explains how she'd treat Jennings, both immediately after his concussion and down the road, to get him back in action as soon as possible.

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EXCLUSIVE: NFL to target offensive players on helmet-to-helmet hits

Published Dec. 7, 2012

On the heels of the news that the NFL may eliminate kickoffs and onside kicks, OnMilwaukee.com has learned the NFL Competition Committee will discuss whether or not to implement a rule regarding helmet-to-helmet contact initiated by an offensive player this offseason.

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The NFL's body count rises again

Published May 9, 2012

Junior Seau is dead. And no matter how anyone tries to rationalize, deny, misdirect, caution, or convince you to the contrary, there is no mistake to be made. Football killed him.

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