AFL concussion rules need to shift after Tuck's death

By Tara Cosoleto
Updated December 11 2023 - 5:45pm, first published 5:40pm
A coroner has handed down his findings into the death of AFL player Shane Tuck. (Ben Macmahon/AAP PHOTOS)
A coroner has handed down his findings into the death of AFL player Shane Tuck. (Ben Macmahon/AAP PHOTOS)

The AFL should limit the number of contact training sessions and hire independent doctors to assess players who suffer head knocks to reduce the risk of concussion.

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