Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Ex-Pitt Star Session out with Concussion

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Ex-Pitt Star Session out with Concussion

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Seven months after his latest concussion, Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Clint Session remains on the sideline. The former Pitt star was not on the field for the team's two practices Friday because he still is dealing with post-concussion symptoms, coach Mike Mularkey said.

"It's definitely a concern," Mularkey added.

Session had at least two concussions last year, one in the preseason and another Nov. 20 against Cleveland. He was placed on injured reserve two days later and missed most of the team's offseason workouts.

The team had hoped he would be ready for camp, but Mularkey said setbacks have slowed his progress.

The former Indianapolis starter signed a five-year, $29 million contract with Jacksonville last year. It included $11.5 million guaranteed. The Jaguars paid Session a $2.25 million roster bonus in March, but Mularkey was not sure when or if he will play again. Versatile backup Russell Allen will take Session's spot in the lineup.


Miami's quarterback competition opened without one of the main contenders, rookie Ryan Tannehill. The eighth pick in the draft had not signed by the start of the first practice. Tannehill is expected to be part of a competition for the starting job along with returning starter Matt Moore and veteran offseason acquisition David Garrard.


Linebacker Aldon Smith wants all San Francisco fans and teammates to know he is sorry about two off-field incidents since last season ended that threatened to derail his life and career. In his first public comments since he was stabbed at his home last month, Smith said that "letting everybody down was probably the saddest part." He also was charged in late January with driving under the influence in Miami Beach. Smith said he had staples inserted to close the stab wounds but added he has recovered fully.


Arizona defensive end Ronald Talley has been accused of smashing a champagne bottle on the head of a man at a suburban Detroit bar. Robert Ford, 30, of Detroit was attacked March 26 near the restroom of a bar in Birmingham, then dragged to the alley by bouncers, according to a lawsuit filed in Oakland County Circuit Court against Talley and unnamed bouncers. …

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