Recent Examples of concuss from the Web
In 2010, former TCU running back Ed Wesley was concussed in a game against SMU.
We had been bruised and gashed and concussed, had our legs set on fire and our heads cut open.
Codie was severely concussed while returning a kickoff in the second quarter.
Ajayi motioned to the Patriots sideline with his two hands together against the side of his helmet, seeming to indicate Chung was dazed and possibly concussed.
Brady — who had to play most of the game without his biggest weapon, concussed tight end Rob Gronkowski — was better.
Chung should not have been allowed to return to the game after he was likely concussed in the third quarter.
Per the Seattle Times, the victim told police that Tago's punch left him concussed.
A day after a helmet-to-helmet hit left him wobbly and concussed, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce received a positive prognosis from his coach.
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Origin and Etymology of concuss
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Definition of concuss for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone) to suffer a concussion
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