"I have been a team physician 22 years, and in the past three years I think we've seen a cultural change regarding concussions," Heyer said. "As result of ongoing education, players are more likely to speak up if they believe they might have a concussion. I know what we are doing is making a difference, but we must continue to do more."
"It was a very long process and were just very thankful that Mexican authorities have continued to work with us," said Robert Heyer, Terry's cousin and the family's spokesman. "The family has gotten really good at not having high expectations and knowing that things are going to take lots of time. They have become very patient over the last 3 ½ years. So we don't celebrate many things."