High School Football Players Go To Hospital With ‘Mysterious’ Brain Injuries: The Long-Term Effects Of TBI On Teens

Two California high school boys were hospitalized Monday after a routine football game, both with brain injuries. The students, who were on the Union Mine High School junior varsity team, began acting weird and fatigued after the game — then collapsed shortly after.

One of the players, Justin Schwartz, was released from the hospital with a grade 3 concussion and a nerve injury in his neck, but Nick Brown remains in critical condition due to a “high impact blow to the head that caused a subdural brain bleed,” his family said in a statement.

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