The most important thing you need to know about the Christmas crisis is that you can’t stop getting hit by a football.
If you’re a soccer fan, or an NFL fan, you’re probably already aware that a football can hit you in the head or head and shoulders.
The most common symptoms of head injuries are headaches, nausea, dizziness, nausea and fatigue.
Most of the time, these symptoms are the same.
But if you’re not playing sports, the symptoms of a concussion can vary from mild to severe.
It’s the severity of the injury that can affect the person’s life and their ability to do their job as a professional athlete.
If your brain was hit by an object that was more than a foot away from your head, you could be paralyzed, paralyzed, unconscious or even dead.
If an object was between your ears, you may not be able to speak, and you may have no memory of the event.
The NFL and its players are taking the issue seriously, and they’ve been putting in extra security measures around stadiums and on the field.
So, if you’ve been hit by one of these objects, you’ll probably need some help.
If it was a football, how do you know if it was an NFL football?
The league has been testing helmets and protective equipment around stadiums, and the NFLPA is urging fans to wear them.
You can also call the National Football League (NFL) concussion hotline at 1-877-424-4721 to talk to someone about what you’ve just been hit with.
And the league has launched a concussion website, concussions.nfl.com, where fans can get information about the league’s concussion protocol and find a doctor willing to treat them.
But it’s important to remember that it’s your brain, not an NFL helmet or helmet protector, that’s being hit.
And if you have a concussion, you shouldn’t stop playing sports for another two weeks.
The game you love will go on, and will never be the same, even if you get a concussion.
The next time you see your favorite player, watch the game you loved as a kid, because they might not be around.