Colts Quarterback Jacoby Brissett Enters League's Concussion Protocol

Intro: The Indianapolis Colts announced Sunday that quarterback Jacoby Brissett developed concussion symptoms after the team's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and will enter the league's concussion protocol.

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From Colts Public Relations:

· Quarterback Jacoby Brissett was evaluated for a concussion in the third quarter of today's Colts – Steelers game.

· Colts team doctors administered a concussion evaluation, which Brissett passed and he was returned to the bench, but was not returned to the game.

· When the unaffiliated neurological consultant was available, he was returned to the tent and again passed a concussion evaluation.

· After the game in the locker room for several minutes, Brissett developed symptoms and is now in the concussion protocol.

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