Jahleel Addae suffered a concussion Thursday against the Broncos.
Hopefully this concussion isn't serious and he can be back on the field soon, but the bigger news in this situation is the true failings of the NFL's concussion-spotting system. Addae took two big hits that left him noticeably injured and woozy--one left him collapsed on the ground, not moving, while another hit that he took towards the end of the game caused his limbs to involuntarily move as he stumbled away from the pile after hitting his head. It's worrying that he returned to the game almost immediately after his first hit, and after the game he claimed to not have a concussion. Hopefully the NFL can use this incident to improve their system of evaluating concussions. If Addae can't play next week, Darrell Stuckey could see an increased role at safety.
Analyst: Ben Diamond View Profile