Opinion: London Fletcher set bad example for Washington Redskins

Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher caused waves in the Beltway last week when he admitted that he suffered a concussion during last season's preseason. Then he waited two months to tell the team he was having post-concussion symptoms.

That admission caused Washington Post columnist Mike Wise to write Monday that Fletcher set the wrong example by playing with "a little sway."

That left Wise wondering why, in this age of brain awareness, Fletcher acted that way.

-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor

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