Sultry Sara was filling in on TSN 1290 radio this afternoon and was beside herself about how the Stamps missed the concussion symptoms to Drew Tate. Kinda hinted Pat Clayton is a tremendous trainer but knows squat about head injuries (which is probably true) I suspect Huff can cover himself by saying nobody told him about symptoms Tate was experiencing. Rick Ralph (another TSN rounder) said that Dave Dickenson should have known but Dave also suffered from concussions so he might not have remembered the Tarius George hit on Tate? The other cover the Stamps appear to be hiding behind is the fact the only real concussion test conducted on Tate was the half-time and post-game interviews with TSN's Farhan Lalji (or the other sideline dude) But a trainer like Clayton is not equipped to examine a player for concussion symptoms. Heck, even neurologists never know for sure. As I've stated before concussion symptoms sometimes do not manifest until hours, days or even weeks after the incident. So how can one do it 45 seconds after the play? I certainly don't know any method thats 100% foolproof. Do you?