Kurt Warner, whose NFL career ended partly because of concussions, sat down earlier this fall with several of his peers — Phoenix-area parents of youth football players — to talk about how the concussion problem is dealt with at a younger level.
The panel consisting of youth league coaches and parents discussed:
* How young is too young for tackle football?
* How can parents tell when concussion symptoms are gone?
* Can the NFL do more to help parents understand concussions?
* How do you make your children understand the long-term ramifications of their concussion?
Also, here are two more videos from the panel that are exclusive to NFLEvolution.com.
Warner asks the parents whether or not the age requirement for tackle football should be raised to further player safety.
Warner asks the parents if the NFL needs to do more to educate young athletes about concussions and player safety.