CLEVELAND—Seneca Wallace will "more than likely" be the starting quarterback again for Browns in Baltimore.
Twelve days after the Browns lost in Pittsburgh, 14-3, the effects of that game are still reverberating -- in Cleveland and Pittsburgh, in the AFC North and throughout the NFL.
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Further, the NFL is instituting new procedures to help prevent teams from unknowingly playing players after a concussion. The guidelines include having an independent athletic trainer watch in the press box to monitor whether a player needs to be tested for a concussion.
The Steelers didn't come out unscathed from that brutal slugfest, either.
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