"The doctors gave me a pretty good checkup," said Barnaby, who will turn 34 in May. "And they told me that if I fought again, there was a very good chance this would happen again."So Barnaby will continue to let enforcers around the League use his head as a punching bag, despite the fact that during "one of the tests he took after his latest concussion, he couldn't recall information provided to him just moments earlier – such as what number appeared within a certain shape."
Barnaby has had concussions before, including one that put him out for more than a month. But he has never been told to stop fighting. And he has never been told to stop playing.
"If I can't fight," he said recently, "I can't play."
I'm sure his wife what's-her-name and two (three? four?) children are thrilled.
UPDATE: Thanks to Rage (and YouTube), you can watch the fight in question right here: