Packers' Rodgers: 'There's Not Much More You Can Do to Make (football) Safe'

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Packers' Rodgers: 'There's Not Much More You Can Do to Make (football) Safe'
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Last weekend during a panel discussion with four other quarterbacks who have been Super Bowl MVPs, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers addressed the topic of providing for the long-term health of players. In his remarks he said the helmet he now wears, compared to the one he wore when he started in the league in 2005, has prevented him from "a couple" of concussions, including one against the New York Giants in a playoff game last season. Concern about the effects repeated concussions can have on players later in life has prompted some prominent former players - broadcaster and Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw being the latest - to say that they would not let their own kids play football.

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