NFL Looking Into Panthers' Handling Of Cam's Protocol

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The Seattle Seahawks were fined $100,000, and the team's coaching and medical staffs were required to attend medical training regarding the concussion protocol, after a joint review determined the club did not properly evaluate quarterback Russell Wilson following a hard tackle during a November 9 game against Arizona.

The NFL has issued out a few hefty fines to teams for violations of the concussion protocol as the Seattle Seahawks were fined $100,000 for failing to test quarterback Russell Wilson in Week 10.

He was then taken into the medical tent but quickly came back onto the field, without having gone into the locker room, which is required after the National Football League updated the concussion protocol guidelines on December 29.

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The organisation stipulates that any player suspected of having concussion must be evaluated in the dressing room. Medical personnel looked at him as a he took a seat, and Newton missed one play as Derek Anderson relieved him.

Newton also said after the 31-26 loss he was dealing with an eye injury and not a concussion.

After taking a hard fourth-quarter sack Sunday, Newton was helped to his feet but dropped to turf before reaching the sideline. "We did everything the right way".

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Newton was slow to get up and collapsed on his way back to the sideline.

And Rivera said in a news conference that Newton was told to sit down as he came off the pitch to give his replacement an opportunity to warm up.

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