that legrand hit was scary/ i was shocked watching it.★iGotToShine said:I hate to say it because I like to let the players play, but I have to side with Goodell on this one. These helmet-to-helmet hits are too much. Concussions are becoming a big thing in the NFL now. This week in football(college and NFL) I counted at least 8 helmet-to-helmet hits where players where taken out of the game. One of them being LeGrand from Rutgers which he is now paralyzed and football career is over. A rule needs to be put down which causes less helmet-to-helmet hits.
I mean the dude straight up said im not trying to injure them but im not opposed to it. What the fuck? Lolaugust4th said:as a steeler fan
I don't get Harrison half the time and I'm afraid of that dude
he is known as deebo in the steeler locker room ( friday bully lol)
truthAnnaJ said:Pretty sure professional football players are aware of the risks that come with playing professional football. If safety and health longevity are their number one priorities maybe they are in the wrong profession...
The NFL should fine themselves for promoting hard hitting for the last 50+ years. They have lists and top tens and this and that of hard hits (which include helmet to helmet). They've glorified it for a long time.