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  • "No one is more excited than me to see everybody embracing what I've talked about for three decades," Herring said. "There's a culture changing among the players and teams. I think the NFL protocol is more robust than any other sport. But I don't care how robust it is, you're never going to make a correct diagnosis every time on every player."

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  • "I've never had so many people diagnose a condition on television in my life sometimes it's a bit of ready, fire, aim," Herring said. "But all this attention is good."

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