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Old 02-07-2018, 02:04 PM
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Originally Posted by JerseyGirl415 View Post
I'm not sure. I'd like to say no I wouldn't but then again, no sport is really safe. I had a female friend who played lacrosse and basketball and had multiple concussions through high school from both sports and now is messed up because of it. Maybe the risk is higher in football (I say maybe because I really don't know, nor do I care to find out at this point) but that's not to say kids can't get head injuries or other injuries playing other sports.
Unless they are boxing or MMA fighters, you cant get much more dangerous then football
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