Steelers CB William Gay enters concussion protocol vs. Colts

Monday December 7th, 2015

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback William Gay went through concussion protocol after taking a hit in the fourth quarter of his team’s 45–10 win over the Indianapolis Colts.

“It happened there at the end and I don’t know if it is a concussion, but obviously we’ll put him in the protocol and do due diligence there,” head coach Mike Tomlin said after the game. 

Gay made six tackles before exiting the game.

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As of Monday, the Steelers had not announced if Gay had in fact sustained a concussion. 

The Steelers improved to 7–5 with a 45–10 victory over the Colts. 

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