Ahmard Hall took a vicious hit on Sunday that left him momentarily unconscious.
But the Titans fullback says he wants to continue playing despite having had multiple concussions in his career.
“This is not the first concussion I've had, but I want to continue to play,” said Hall, who will be a free agent again this off-season.
Hall's fumble was nearly costly for the Titans, who surrendered a touchdown off the play in the final minute of the game on a hit from Tim Dobbins. But Houston went for two to avoid overtime in a meaningless game for them, and the Titans escaped with a 23-22 win.
“Pretty much (I was out cold). I took the hit and the next thing I know, the trainers are helping me off the field. I remember bits and pieces from there on, but I was pretty hurt,” Hall said. “My main concern was my health. I know from people telling me afterward that I fumbled, but at that point, when you get a serious injury like that, I can't be concerned with fumbling the football, because my health is the most important thing.”
Hall, who was a free agent last year as well, said he doesn't know whether or not his future lies in Tennessee, where he has been his professional career. The Titans claimed fullback Quinn Johnson off waivers late in the year and he is under contract for 2012.