Steelers Rookie QB Kenny Pickett Was Escorted off the Field
Kenny Pickett suffered a head injury in the sixth week in a match against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The All-Pro twice hit the rookie QB in the chest while releasing the ball, hitting the back of his head on the turf just as Kenny landed.
Mitchell Trubisky was replaced after Kenny was injured and the Steelers won 20–18.
Kenny's report came days after it was amended by the NFL and the NFLPA.
The NFL and the NFLPA announced the Concussion Protocol amendment in a joint statement on October 8, revealing that "ataxia" has been added to the officially
Kenny's fans want to see him play 1 or 2 matches but medical reports say Kenny is too short.
Sports Illustrated has reported that he has been medically released from protocol but will still not play.
An athlete usually needs 4 to 6 days to go through almost all the phases, the outlet has revealed that the athlete needs to practice once a week.