Jaguars' Session still recovering from concussions
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Seven months after his latest concussion, Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Clint Session is still on the sideline.
Session was not on the field for the team's first practice Friday, and coach Mike Mularkey says the starter is dealing with post-concussion symptoms. Mularkey calls it "definitely a concern'' since Session went on injured reserve Nov. 22.
Session had at least two concussions last year, one in the preseason and another against Cleveland on Nov. 20. He missed most of the team's offseason workouts.
The former Indianapolis Colts starter signed a five-year, $29 million contract with Jacksonville last year. The Jaguars paid him a $2.25 million roster bonus in March, but Mularkey isn't sure when or if he will play again.
"We just don't know the future with him,'' Mularkey says.