Dr. Myron Rolle shares the changes he wants to see happen with NFL’s concussion protocol

Dr. Myron rolle shares the changes he wants to see happen with nfl's concussion protocol

ESPN published this video item, entitled “Dr. Myron Rolle shares the changes he wants to see happen with NFL’s concussion protocol” – below is their description.

Dr. Myron Rolle joins SportsCenter to give his insight on Tua Tagovailoa’s concussion and what changes should be made with the NFL’s concussion protocol.

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