Athlete Exposure

A unit of susceptibility to injury, which is defined as one athlete participating in one game or practice, in which he/she is exposed to the possibility of athletic injury; football has ± 2 concussions/1,000 athlete exposures
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99 concussions per athlete exposure, whereas wide receivers (an offensive player responsible for catching passes, typically does not involve significant contact) exhibited the lowest incidence at 0.
Data on concussions and more than 20 million athlete exposures were gathered between 2005 -2012 from nearly 500 high schools across the US.
In the 2010 college football season, the number of reported concussions was 23, out of more than 40,000 athlete exposures.