James Rodgers dealing with a concussion

Oregon State wide receiver James Rodgers suffered a concussion early in the third quarter of the team’s road loss to Boise State Saturday night.

Rodgers was blocking on a scramble by Beavers quarterback Ryan Katz when he collided helmet-to-helmet with Boise State safety Winston Venable. The receiver fell to the turf and trainers from both teams ran onto the field.

He laid on his back near the 45-yard line for a few minutes before his brother, Jacquizz, helped him up.

Rodgers, who returned a punt 54 yards for a touchdown and had two catches for 11 yards against the Beavers, was seen walking on the sideline the rest of the quarter. But team trainers had taken away his helmet.

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