NFL introduces iPad app for concussion tests
The NFL introduced a new iPad application that will help team doctors diagnose concussions.
As reported by The Associated Press, league officials presented the app as part of a new concussion testing system at meetings before this weekend's annual scouting combine. The new system was recommended by the NFL's Head, Neck & Spine Committee.
The league's new concussion protocol includes a scoring system. The new app will aid team doctors in determining whether a discrepancy exists between a player's baseline score and his game day score. A large discrepancy would indicate the player has sustained a concussion.
League officials stressed that the new app is not intended to replace team doctors' medical observations.
Follow Matt Hughes on Twitter: @hughesmatt
More from YES
CC Sabathia's nine year-old son, Lil C, talks about the importance of family.
David Wells pitched a perfect game on May 17, 1998. Here's the breakdown.
Sarah Kustok recaps an exciting first season for the Nets in their new home.