In the past, many coaches and players simply shrugged them off and kept on playing, but the reality is that they can have a number of significant impacts on athletes, including loss of vision, memory issues, motor function problems, and long-term effects like the disease CTE.Concussions can force players to retire if they are severe enough, and that has caused leagues like the NFL and MLB to adopt new protocols and policies when it comes to head injuries.
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Your femur is approximately four times stronger than concrete, so it’s very difficult for athletes to break it.
But when it does happen, it's unquestionably a crippling injury—and sometimes players can’t make it back from it.
The tell-tale “pop” of the ligament (and accompanying pain) means the end of your season and the beginning of approximately a year of rehab before a full recovery is possible.
Adrian Peterson suffered a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee during the 2011 season.