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ollege football players with a history of incapacitating concussions can be permanently sidelined to protect them from further harm, but nothing prevents these athletes from transferring to another university. And, in fact, coaches are recruiting players medically disqualified from other schools, according to an investigation by STAT.

STAT senior enterprise reporter David Armstrong spoke to Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson about his investigation.

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