Found October 16, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has had several concussions over the course of his career and he is taking matters into his owns hands, or should I say into his helmet, to help prevent future ones. The Associated Press reports Tuesday that the veteran linebacker said that he has been wearing extra padding made of Kevlar in his helmet for about a year now to help better deal with head collisions. Harrison also admitted on Tuesday that he has suffered "double digit" concussions during his career and that he's never missed a game due to one. According to the report,  Harrison Read more [...]
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