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In an inquest into the death of former AFL player Shane Tuck, it was found that the AFL should implement new rules to reduce the risk of concussion. Tuck had suffered repeated head knocks throughout his career and was diagnosed with a severe form of the degenerative brain condition CTE after his death. The coroner recommended limiting contact training sessions and hiring independent doctors to assess players who receive head knocks. These doctors would work alongside club doctors and have the final say on whether a player should be removed from the game.

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