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11-17-2011, 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Beef Invictus View Post
Players have repeatedly shown that they are bad at diagnosing their own health. They want to be out there and they want to be playing, regardless of whether or not they should be...that's why teams have trainers to help coaches make that call instead of relying solely on a player's input.

Recent Example (one of many) of player self-diagnoses gone wrong: Lappy.
So? If a player is hurt and doesn't come forward, or if they misdiagnose themselves, that is their own fault. If teams want to prevent that, then they should have contractual clauses which deal with such scenarios. If the player signs, then he is bound. That is voluntary.

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