Last season, the NFL implemented independent injury spotters who have the power to stop games if they feel a player has suffered an injury like a concussion.The spotters missed several concussions last season, however, and Thursday’s game suggested that they haven’t shored up their process much in the offseason.That being said, we still recommend bringing cash and/or a card with you as a few food vendors, roaming food/drink carts, and craft merchants might not accept cashless.Q: Will I be able to pay for crafts and craft vendors with my wristband? Some craft vendors will accept cashless as a form of payment and a some will not. Specific locations will be notated in the Bonnaroo mobile app.
Q: Will I be able to pay for food and drinks with my wristband? Most food vendors on-site will accept cashless as a form of payment.He said that the Panthers asked him questions about his condition after the game, but that he didn't remember the questions because there were too many things going through his head."It's not my job to question the officials," Newton said. So it wasn't something that I know they did intentionally, but it's not fun getting hit in the head." He added: "I try to warn the refs every time I do get hit in the head, but if the flag is not called, then it's okay." Panthers head coach Ron Rivera also sidestepped questions about the hits that Newton took, saying he needs to see the tape but that "the referees are doing the best job they can." Newton’s teammates were more outspoken.If you use Facebook, your phone number may not be as private as you think.A way in which Facebook privacy can be abused has come to light that will shock many users, but that the social network itself seems to consider a deliberate feature.