Football moms get a heads-up
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Tavia Hunt, wife of Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt, shared a story with nearly 300 other moms on Tuesday night. It was about concussions, which are not limited to pro football players. "We had to learn in depth about these things," Hunt said during USA Football's Heads Up Football health and safety program for mothers of football-playing children at the Chiefs' indoor practice facility. The Hunts' oldest daughter, Gracie, suffered a concussion while playing soccer three years ago, and their daughter, Ava, 7, suffered a concussion after a fall on the playground. "My greatest learning has come, not because of tackle football, but because of these girls' injuries," said ...