Beer Hawk wrote: Basis4day wrote:
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap200000 ... oncussions
Seeker wrote:Pete doesn't even have a choice on whether or not percy plays this time (nor does Percy for that matter). he's going throught the protocol means he is going through the protocol.
Does that mean he has failed his earlier tests?
4th paragraph in "DAYS AFTER THE GAME" section:A player feeling normal one day after the game might pass cognitive testing Tuesday and begin a light exercise program, intensify their exercise routine Wednesday, participate in non-contact aspects of practice on Thursday and return to full practice Friday.
Based on this it sounds like he's behind schedule if he's not practicing on Thursday.
There is no set schedule, at least not in the way you are inferring.
The team is cautious with all injuries and take the league's focus on "taking the head out if the game." You need look no further than Kam Chancellor learning to hit the right way.
They're following the rules of the protocol. There is honestly nothing else to go on. You can't compare two different concussions on two different players or attempt to infer what stage he is in. Even if he doesn't end up playing, there were no facts to make that inference now with the information available.
I know no one is going to feel better about that and the want definitive answers. There really is nothing more to learn on the subject, even if Sean Dimond sends out a tweet.