Cowboy Collar | definition of Cowboy Collar by Medical dictionary
A protective device composed of hardened plastic that covers the shoulders and neck, worn under the shoulder pads by American football players to prevent burner injury
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(2) Marcus Price used to wear a cowboy collar
and huge thigh pads at Doherty High to make him look bigger than he was.
When asked about the role of Cowboy Collars
and neck rolls, used by linebackers, in preventing and managing burner/stingers, Dr.
True or False: Helmets, neck rolls, or cowboy collars
prevent axial loading.