How football’s turf toe injury crisis could affect the NFL’s future

A new study has found that the turf toe has long been a source of concern for many football players.

The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, looked at a large sample of more than 5,000 football players over the course of five years, looking at the prevalence of turf toe injuries in the league over a 10-year period.

The researchers found that turf toe was the most common injury among football players in the study.

The study included a large portion of the players who played in the NFL, so it may not be surprising that turf injury rates were higher among players who had played in college or a high school.

The team that led the study, the University of California-Los Angeles, conducted the study by using a proprietary survey method.

The survey was designed to determine how the frequency of injury rates differed among various teams within the NFL.

The analysis found that there was a significant difference in the injury rate between the NFL and college football teams.

“A number of different variables could account for this difference, including the nature of the team’s facilities, the length of time players were playing football, and the level of competition,” the researchers wrote.

In the end, they concluded that there is a strong correlation between turf toe and the risk of injury.

The research also found that while the rate of injury in the football game is still higher than in other sports, the rate has decreased since the 1980s.

While there is no doubt that turf injuries are an important problem, it is important to keep in mind that the injury rates are still high, and that the NFL is not immune to the problem.

The problem is far more serious than turf toe.

As the study shows, the injury risk is very high for players who have sustained the injury, which means that there are far more potential victims of the turf injury crisis than the football player.

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