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Jaguars’ Clint Session still hasn’t recovered from concussions

Ray Rice,  Clint Session

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, left, is tackled by Jacksonville Jaguars outside linebacker Clint Session (55) after a 4-yard run during the first half of an NFL football game Monday, Oct. 24, 2011, in Jacksonville, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)


The Jaguars shut down linebacker Clint Session in November after his second concussion of 2011. Eight months later, Session still hasn’t recovered.

Although neither Session nor the Jaguars have said specifically what symptoms Session is still experiencing, Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey has confirmed that Session is still experiencing post-concussion symptoms. The fact that he hasn’t been cleared to return for training camp is alarming, and Mularkey called Session’s situation “definitely a concern.”

“We just don’t know the future with him,” Mularkey said.

Session, who signed a five-year, $29 million contract with the Jaguars last year, received a $2.25 million roster bonus in March, which suggests that the Jaguars do believe he’ll eventually get back on the field. But after suffering one concussion in the preseason opener and another on November 20, there’s still no word on when he’ll get back on the field.