Moose Jaw's Central Cyclones are the first high school football team to get fitted for the innovative Q-Collars for the upcoming season. Read More
Linebacker Adam Bighill recently began testing the device, called a Q-Collar, during practices and games with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. “It’s got a lot of interest,” Bighill said. “Some of my teammates have requested to wear it; some are already wearing it”
Fitted and worn around the neck, the Q-Collar is used with other sports equipment to help protect the brain from sports-related impacts. Read More
Winnipeg Blue Bombers linebacker Adam Bighill opens up about the use of his Q-Collar. Read More
It is often said North America’s professional football leagues don’t do enough to protect players. Winnipeg Blue Bombers linebacker Adam Bighill has played in both the Canadian Football League and the National Football League and he, for one, believes there are things the players can do to help protect themselves.
In two separate trials—subjects wearing the Q-Collar showed no significant changes in brain activity, in sharp contrast with the non-collar-wearing subjects. Read More