Here’s another case illustrating the difficulty of recognizing concussions in the National Football League.
The New York Giants’ No. 3 receiver, Mario Manningham, seemed normal after Sunday’s game and was OK Monday morning, according to the New York Daily News.
But on Wednesday, Manningham began to show symptoms of a concussion. It turns out that the football player had informed the Giants late Sunday night, after the New York team were crushed 29-10 by the Titans, that he was having some issues.
But Giants’ coach Tom Coughlin didn’t see Manningham having any difficulty Monday morning, and was taken off-guard when the player started to show signs of a concussion.
Manningham is undergoing concussion-related tests.