Allen Sills said in a conference call with reporters Tuesday that "about 37%" of the 379 concussion evaluations during the preseason and regular season have been "initiated by a self-report." Sills said it was about 20% to 22% a year ago.
He called that increase "a positive development."
Sills also said the rules for checking for a concussion were followed properly for
Sills says it is impossible to "capture 100% of concussions."
NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said on the call that the league and the players’ union are still reviewing whether the
Sills also said data from the last five years show that the injury rate per game "is actually lower" for Thursdays than games played on other days of the week.
A charging document says a 17-year-old server at Kalil's Pieology Pizza in a Twin Cities suburb sold a beer to a 19-year-old woman Oct. 26.
The charges say Kalil is responsible for the illegal sale because he's the owner.