The NFL and NFLPA are scheduled to confer on Monday to discuss their investigations into the application of the concussion protocol in regards to Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Wilson took a blow to the head-and-neck region against the Cardinals in Week 10 but then quickly returned to the game after ducking, quite briefly, into the medical tent on the sidelines for evaluation before returning to the game. The situation appeared to be in direct violation of the league's arrangement with the NFLPA regarding concussion assessment and while Wilson said he was asymptomatic after the game, the NFL and NFLPA began their inquiry shortly after the game. League and union sources said the process has reached the point where the sides are prepared to share their findings with one another beginning on Monday, and, should they reach similar determinations, then a ruling on the matter will come early this week.
NFL, NFLPA to share results of Wilson concussion probes
CBS Sports | Nov 26