Mason knocked unconscious in Baltimore game

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Apr 14, 2008
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Prayers for Mason Rudolph as he took a hard shot to the head during the game. Looks serious.


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He was helped off to the locker room. But he was unconscious before he even hit the ground. Very scary.
 
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Rolling right and throwing off the run definitely puts your body in a vulnerable position..Hope he's OK

James Washington just went to the locker room with a shoulder/arm injury...stinks

Was a fun game to watch with Rudolph, Washington and Justice Hill.

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He looked “punch drunk”. Was glad to see him up, but I’d be surprised if he’s back by next week. What is the timeline for return once he’s cleared?


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He looked “punch drunk”. Was glad to see him up, but I’d be surprised if he’s back by next week. What is the timeline for return once he’s cleared?


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Josh Allen got knocked out cold last week against NE. He played today. It could happen


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Before the injury, he was outplaying Lamar Jackson & looking pretty good. After all the passes to the RB's on Monday night, he was finding his WR's down the field yesterday vs. the Ravens.
 

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The primary concern of course is Mason’s long-term health. Hopefully he can come back from this and have no debilitating long-term consequences. But I agree with the other posts, he was really coming into his own and I think he’s going to be a very successful NFL quarterback. I hope they make a good and appropriate decision on when to let him play again based on what’s best for him (and the Steelers) long-term. This season is basically a throwaway season anyway at this point and should be used to prepare Mason for future seasons once he’s ready to return at 100%