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Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is well aware of the inherent dangers of playing professional football; including the risk of head injuries
And in a recentappearance with Colin Cowherd, the former first overall pick admitted he is no stranger to concussion-like symptoms. Telling the syndicated radio host that he's likely suffered at least one in his career, and has even forgotten entire quarters of a game before.
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"I've had some where I don't remember the second half or I don't remember the entire game or I know I got a little dizzy at one point," Burrow said. "But nothing long-lasting."
But he went on to say that it's all a part of the game.
"You're going to have head injuries," Burrow concluded. "You're going to tear your ACL. You're going to break your arm. That's the game that we play. That's the life that we live. And we get paid handsomely for it. I think going into every game, we know what we're getting ourselves into."
"You have 300-pound men running 20 miles an hour trying to take your head off while you're standing still, trying to ignore it and find receivers that are open."
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73 missiles and dozens of drones have been launched into Iraq in an attempt to distract from protests at home. Iran is also brutally crushing protests. Iran is clearly upping its threats to the region through the admission that it used missiles and drones against Kurdish groups in Iraq. It shows that the regime in Tehran believes it can basically test its missiles and drones by attacking Kurdish opposition groups in Iraq. It knows these groups are defenseless and that Iran can quietly plan the attacks and practice using drones, missiles and artillery in combined operations.