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The NFL’s helmetless-player rules only protect players like ball-carriers like Le’Veon Bell. They don’t apply to linemen or defensive players or special teamers because you can’t get a concussion unless people can have you on their fantasy football teams.

Jacksonville’s LaRoy Reynolds had his helmet knocked off during a punt return during today’s matchup against the Indianapolis Colts. LaRoy didn’t care because he’s an NFL football player whose mother must be worried sick.