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Ind. high school coaches help invent safer football helmet

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

High school football may be over but some coaches are still hard at work trying to find a solution to an increasing problem among players.

In Indiana, coaches worked with an inventor to create a helmet that they say drastically reduces a players chances of suffering a concussion.

Youth football directors from around the area had the chance to check out the ultra-light headgear and many liked what they saw.

The helmets are estimated to cost about $350 each.

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