Concussions and athletes has been a hot topic during the past several months following injuries that have happend to professional players to teenagers.
The sport that has seen the most cases involves the NFL along with other levels of football.
During this week's program "Let The People Know", a caller asked Baltimore Raven safety and special team player Sean Considine of Byron about this issue. He believes many cases involve players who have played several years in the NFL. He also hopes doctors can help players in the future to prevent this type of head injury.
Considine has played 8 seasons in the NFL. He still has not made up his mind if he will return for a 9th season next fall.
He did say during the show that his boys will play football when they get older if they want to be involved in the sport.
"Let The People Know" is heard on Wednesday afternoons at 12:30 on Newstalk 1060 and re-broadcast Saturday mornings at 6 on Newstalk 1060 and Sunday mornings at 6 on The Coyote, 102.3FM.