Kenny Pickett talks about the details of his concussion


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The Pittsburgh Steelers got scared with rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett in Week 6.

In a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the rookie QB suffered a concussion.

With the NFL’s concussion protocol under fire after Tua Tagovailoa’s concussion, everyone wants to know how Pickett is feeling after his concussion.

Pickett has now given his response to reports that asked this question.

So what did he say, and how bad is the concussion?

Pickett gives small details after concussion

While everyone was looking for detailed answers, reporters got nothing from Kenny Pickett.

The rookie QB said he didn’t want to go into details about his concussion.

However, he said he “feels good now” when speaking to reporters.

As journalists asked him questions about the situation in Tagovailoa, he responded by saying, “Each case is his own.”

While every concussion is unique, reporters will always bring up the fresh and gruesome concussion Tagovailoa suffered against the Bengals.

Even though Tagovailoa’s injury provides a fresh look at concussion protocol, Pickett thinks about his injury.

Moreover, Pickett trusts the doctors of Pittsburgh, because these doctors are respected around the world.

With Pickett and Tagovailoa going head-to-head, people are focusing on those players’ concussions, not their talent.

However, with Pickett, he is confident that he is ready, as his medical team trusts them completely.

While pundits may focus on other things, he focuses on football.

As long as the doctors tell him he’s fine, he’ll trust their assessment over the other options.




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