Originally Posted by Garcia Bronco
Ones does not need to be a doctor to accurately judge these things. If it keeps up at this pace there is the potential that it could be career threatening. Maybe its just the Altitude.
You have no idea what you're talking about and should stop.
This pace? 1 seizure then 2 months later some lightheadedness? STFU.
Notice that he has a strange feeling, called an "aura," that lets him know that he could have another seizure. Most people do. If he has more he will in all likelihood feel odd before he seizures again and can pull himself out of the game.
The chances of an unexpected seizure hitting at a time that results in a serious injury to himself on the football field is pretty astronomical "at this pace" and there would be just north of a 0% chance of a seizure injuring others on the football field. He should be able to obtain a driver's license in CO, so there is no reason whatsoever that he shouldn't be able to play football.