The NFL has launched a new program aimed at preventing concussions.
The NFL is using a virtual helmet to help players avoid head injuries.
Here are the steps players will need to take to play safe.
Take a helmet off when not playing The league says helmet use should be voluntary.
That means you can skip it or have a friend take it off if you need to.
But the NFL says helmets should be off at all times and players should wear them in all circumstances.
That’s because a concussion can lead to memory loss, which is why doctors recommend wearing protective gear even in the absence of a concussion.
So, players must take off the helmet at least every two weeks, and players will wear protective gear for three days a week.
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Take the virtual helmet away from your helmet when you don’t need it The league has made the helmet available to players on a pre-game basis.
That is, you can go out and practice, but the helmet will be removed after the game.
But if you play on a Sunday, the helmet won’t be available until the next day.
If you are an NFL player, you will need a valid helmet, and the league is charging $75 for the helmet.
The helmet will also be available for pregame and game viewing on the website, as well as through the NFL mobile app and the NFL App for iOS and Android devices.
Take off your helmet before the start of the next quarter The league will ask players to take off their helmets before the first quarter of each quarter.
The league is also asking players to stop playing before the end of the first half.
So if you are on the sidelines, you must stop playing and take off your headset by halftime.
If that doesn’t work, the league says you should wear a protective headband to avoid the risk of a concussive injury.
Play safe with a helmet, but don’t forget to wear it when you are out and about The helmet isn’t the only piece of equipment you should be wearing.
You also should always be wearing protective headgear in public.
The headgear must protect the head from head impacts, and it should be on at all time.
And players will be asked to wear protective goggles at all costs.
Practice like it’s a game and stay on the field The NFL says there are six levels of play: run, pass, kick, pass and rush.
You must practice each level of play and stay out of trouble during those times.
If players have to leave the field for medical reasons, they will be allowed to play, but they will have to get up again.
And they must stay out and out of the line of scrimmage.
Know your limits If you have a concussion, the NFL will send a team to your hospital for evaluation.
You will have a doctor evaluate you, and he or she will recommend playing a game, if necessary.
The rules for a concussion are simple: If you’re not playing, you should take a step back.
If a player is in a head-on collision, you may have to step out of bounds.
And if a player has a concussion and falls down, you have to stay down and avoid hitting anyone else.
Keep your eyes on the ball The league’s concussion protocol includes a checklist that players must complete before they are allowed to return to the field.
The checklist includes questions about how far away from the goal line the ball should be and what distance a player should stay from the ball, and you should also take a short break before returning to play.
Players should also wear a headband if they have a possible concussion.
The guidelines for players who have concussions include: Stay away from other players and in close proximity to the goal lines.
Be aware of your surroundings and stay off the field when not in contact with the ball.
Keep eye contact with your teammates, including teammates who are in the line.
Do not play the ball at any other time.
When a player loses consciousness, they should be placed on a protective field, including the sideline.
That includes players who are wearing protective equipment.
Keep yourself and your teammates safe, and make sure you are wearing a helmet.