Read on to see why Myles Garrett decided to ultimately reveal that he suffered a concussion in week 7 against the Tennessee Titan’s…
At first, Myles Garrett was debating whether or not to tell his team about the symptoms he was experiencing. Then, he decided it was necessary to reveal his reasoning for disclosing the injury with the Akron Beacon-Journal.
While many NFL players are afraid of telling the truth about getting a concussion and losing their spot on the field. It’s very common that almost all players suffer concussions while playing in the NFL. It’s a unwritten rule that players are NOT to talk about concussions while playing for a team. It was revealed in Baller Wives by form Dallas Cowboys running back Julius Jones, who spoke about concussions on Baller Wives.
“It doesn’t really bother me what other people say, whether I’m being a man or not. I want to have kids one day, and I want to be able to take care of them how I see fit.”
“I don’t want to be constricted by my playing and how football has affected my mind. I’ll play through anything. I’ll play through my foot, my arm, anything that’s affecting me below my neck, because I can’t play around with my brain.”
Julius had this to say to his son who wants to follow his daddy’s footsteps in football. He explains the dangers of football:
Hopefully, more young players will follow his lead and put their pride and egos aside for their health. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a HUGE problem with NFL players coming forward and speaking about being hit hard and suffering concussions from football. Like many players who have taken their lives over the years, it was revealed that CTE was the main problem with Arron Hernandez.