Texans' Tom Savage Was Allowed To Play Again After This Brutal Scene

The NFL’s concussion policies have often come under question, and the latest case in point involves Houston Texans’ quarterback Tom Savage. At home Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers, Savage took a big hit in the end zone from the 49ers’ Elvis Dumervil in the second quarter, showed apparent nerve spasms that some interpreted as a seizure, underwent concussion evaluation inside the tent, returned to play for another drive, spat out blood, and then was later pulled for T.J. Yates. Here’s a clip Fox showed later in the broadcast of the sequence of events, with commentary from analyst Mark Schlereth:




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