Originally Posted by CloakNNNdagger
No. The players want to have more "control" over if they (or want) feel they can return to the game. A neurologist will be more likely to recognize fine points that would make re-entry into a game unwise, and make decisions more on the side of caution.
Maybe it has something to do with their pocket book?
We've known some players have certain clause in their contract on how much they get paid depends on how much they play.
I guess it's a risk they're willing to take.
I think it was Tim Green in The Dark Side of the Game mentioning a player saying he needs to put food on the table just like everybody else.