Broncos receiver Brandon Stokley suffered his 10th career concussion in the Broncos' loss to Jacksonville on Sunday.
Stokley says the concussion came on his first catch against the Jaguars, not on the third one, when he lost his balance, fell to his knees and was done for the day.
In between, he scored his second touchdown of the season.
Stokley says his head hit the ground on the first catch, but he didn't want to come out of the game.
Stokley says he was already feeling better yesterday, but his head still wasn't clear. He says he doesn't want to miss the Broncos' game at New England on Monday.
He'll have to pass a series of mental acuity tests to return to action.
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