Concussions in football are fairly common among players. The CDC reports that 30% of concussions happen to boys between the ages of 15 and 19. But there's also a lot of misinformation and lack of training and guidance, especially for the young player. So the NFL is spending millions of dollars helping to educate and train the person who is in close contact with the football player most of the time...mom.

It's a program called 'Heads Up,' and it's getting mom's on the field to experience and learn what their kids are getting into.

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