If Tom Brady can't admit to a concussion, who can?

If there is anyone in football who can disclose a brain injury without fear of repercussions, it’s Tom Brady. This isn’t about a potential league protocol violation as much as it is about public awareness: It would do a lot of good to hear from Brady – even if he had no concussions at all – and it would be a missed opportunity if he kept quiet. “By not revealing it, hiding from it, it contributes to, one, the stigma surrounding it, and, two, the notion that it’s no big deal,” says Mark Herceg, who is chair of the Westchester County Concussion Task Force.

Source: Yahoo.com