Price per Head: Steelers’ Redman said that he lied to doctors over concussion

Isaac RedmanPrice per head services saw that Isaac Redman, Pittsburgh Steelers running back, rushed for only 12 yards on 10 carries and fell to fourth place on the depth chart.

Maybe Redman did not endear himself more with the team when he told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that he returned to action in Cincinnati on September 16, even though he suffered a concussion at the beginning of the game – something that concerned many fans and price per head services.

The fourth-year veteran said that he told the team doctors that he was “all right” so he could return to the game.

Pittsburgh said that they followed NFL- mandated guidelines for players who could have suffered a concussion and disputed the claim made by Redman.

“Isaac was taken out of the game, and we announced that he was being evaluated for a concussion,” the Steelers said in a statement. “He was then taken through the proper protocol by our medical staff and it was deemed he was cleared to return to action after multiple examinations. He then re-entered the game and saw action shortly thereafter and throughout the rest of the game.”

A spokesman for the NFL said that the league is satisfied with the team’s explanation and that it is does not plan to further inquire into whether there were any problems in the way that Redman was treated, but many fans and price per head services are somewhat skeptical of the situation.

Price per head services were worried when they saw that after the opening kickoff in Cincinnati, Redman was wobbling off the field, and Felix Jones started at running back in his place. In the Steelers’ 20-10 loss, Redman gained four yards on three carries, and on Thursday told the Post-Gazette that, “I was pretty much out of it the rest of the game. I had a concussion. I said I was all right.”

The player was not available both times the Steelers’ locker room was open on Thursday to the media. He opened the season as Pittsburgh’s starting running back, but he seems to be the odd man out with rookie Le’Veon Bell expected to make his NFL debut on Sunday when the team travel to London to take on the Minnesota Vikings.

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Price per head services believe that Redman will not play against the Vikings unless a setback would prevent Bell from coming back from a mid-foot sprain that he suffered on August 19.