On the concussion issue and the NFL's stance on the issue, and whether players will start looking out for each other more during games if it appears someone may have concussion symptoms: "Well, it's an important issue for us and our players and for the game – and for everyone who participates in active sports. And I think there's a better awareness of the risk and the importance of making sure they're treated properly when you do have a concussion. And of course, you do everything you can to prevent them from happening – that includes rule changes, equipment – but when they do happen, you want to make sure you're dealing with them cautiously. I think the NFL has made great strides in that, and we share everything we have with our players. We try to push the medical industry and the field to make sure they keep making advances in this area. To your last point, I think players are aware of what other players are going through out there. We actually had a couple instances last year – which team doctors and trainers have told me – [when] players have identified other players that don't seem right, and the doctors were able to evaluate them and make a determination, and in a couple of those cases they were concussions. I think that's a good thing."