Police report shows fan hit by Rams LB Bobby Wagner suffered concussion
A Santa Clara Police report revealed that the protesting fan tackled by Los Angeles Rams linebacker Bobby Wagner suffered a concussion after getting hit.
Following the complaint filed by the protesting fan hit by Bobby Wagner during the Rams-49ers game, the Santa Clara Police released a report which reveals that the fan suffered a concussion after the strong impact with the LA Rams linebacker.
According to TMZ Sports, the report details that Alexander Taylor went to the police on Oct. 4 to file a complaint for the assault by the defensive end after experiencing discomfort and some injuries to one of his arms following the fall he had due to the player’s tackle.
“Mr. Taylor had a headache. A concussion without loss of consciousness and a burn on the inner part of the right biceps,” according to the report.
The police are continuing their investigation to determine if the burn on his arm was caused by the smoke flare he was holding, or if the blow by Wagner could have caused the injury.
Sean McVay supports Bobby Wagner
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean Mcvay recently told the media that he would not take action against Wagner after he was involved in the incident with the fan and expressed his support for the 32-year-old.
“We all know what Bobby was up to and I support him,” said the head coach.