Every time the topic of concussions has come up, Brandon Stokley has said he wants to keep playing.
After the most recent of his double-digit career concussions Sunday, the Ravens decided to make the decision for him.
The team announced they were putting the veteran wide receiver on injured reserve, replacing him on the roster with running back Bernard Scott.
In the team’s release, they cited Stokley’s multiple concussions and said they “determined after testing that this would end his season.”
The 37-year-old wideout played in just six games because of a variety of non-head injuries. He caught 13 passes for 115 yards. And with his track record, it might be a surprise if anyone gives him a chance to continue to play.