Off-Season Not Long Enough For Football Players to Recover

A new study suggests the off-season may not be enough time for the brains of football players to recover from a season of hits.

Researchers studied the brains of ten college players at the end of their season and again six months later.

They found that, even after the six months of rest, half the players still had signs of mild brain injury.

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