Mitch Morse out of concussion protocol

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It appears the Bills will have their starting center in the lineup for the start of the regular season.

Mitch Morse went into the concussion protocol at the end of July after being injured during one of the team’s first preseason practices. Morse has had several concussions in the past and he remained in the protocol for weeks while waiting for the green light to resume football activities.

Morse has finally received that green light. General Manager Brandon Beane said during Thursday night’s game that Morse is now out of the protocol.

That’s good news for the Bills as they made Morse one of the centerpieces of their offseason push to improve their offensive line from last season. Thanks to core muscle surgery and the concussion, they haven’t seen him on the field much since he signed but it looks like that’s finally going to change.

5 responses to “Mitch Morse out of concussion protocol

  1. This is tremendous news. And the preseason has shown solid depth and versatility across the o line. Hoping Morse’s extended protocol was just a matter of extreme precaution.

  2. This is why the Chiefs let him walk. Can’t stay healthy and multiple concussions early in his career. Great player but unfortunately this guy is going to have a short career if he’s smart.

  3. One day we will live in a world without posts from the ever present fake Canadian troll….how can one comment more on stories about a team he’s dislikes it beyond me…keep up the multiple user ID’s though… I mean you really have nothing better to do.

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