Head injury series examines how college scouting could change

In the latest installments of TheMMQB.com's concussion series, college football writer Andy Staples said college injuries suffered by players like Jahvid Best could change the way the NFL scouts draftees. Best suffered multiple concussions while playing college football through 2009.

Another installment examined how TV networks cover the concussion issue, noting that NFL Network is at the forefront in many ways.

The series concluded with Jenny Vrentas speculating on how football will change in 2025, after the Heads Up Football program has had a chance to "trickle up" to the NFL, and how the medical landscape will be different.

-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor

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