JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Clint Session, sidelined the past seven months with post-concussions symptoms, says he sustained two concussions in the same game last season and now regrets staying on the field.
Session also says it's "probably too late" for him to avoid long-term effects of head trauma.
Session spoke to reporters Saturday, one day after coach Mike Mularkey said he's unsure when or if Session will play again.
Session sustained his first concussion in the preseason and then had two more against Cleveland on Nov. 20. He stayed in the game after the first one and didn't tell team doctors.
"I just didn't want to leave the game," Session said. "I ended up getting another one. I couldn't stand anymore, the trauma, so I went on out of the game."