Mason Rudolph Says He Doesn't Remember Play That Knocked Him Out

Mason Rudolph "faintly" remembers being helped to the sideline by teammates, but he doesn't recall the Earl Thomas hit that knocked him out against the Ravens on October 6th. 

The Steelers' quarterback spoke publicly about his concussion for the first time. 

He describes everything before and after the play as "weird," and the play itself as a "blank." 

However, he is expected to play when the Steelers take on the Dolphins Monday night at Heinz Field after sitting out the last game. 

 
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