22 Aug 2012
Provocative piece here at Deadspin by Pittsburgh writer Sean Conboy. It is, indeed, very hard to square the words of current players -- many of whom admit they try to get back into games despite concussion symptoms -- with those lawsuits from former players, some of whom only retired three or four year ago. At this point we know there's a problem. What happens five years down the line when you have a player who sues the NFL over concussions even though during his playing career he made statements like those Troy Polamalu made recently?
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You don't see many fifth-round rookie wideouts with real expectations, but Tajae Sharpe is one. Tennessee's poor history of developing wideouts has led to a rare opportunity that Sharpe can seize this season.