Geoff Schwartz is a seven-year NFL veteran who currently plays offensive guard for the New York Giants. But more than being a football player, he's a father of a 1-year-old son named Alex.
"I'm not letting him play until he's in high school," Schwartz said on "Daily News Live." "I think when you're older you can control your body better. You're not going to get hit in the head as much."
While football players -- kids and adults -- are fully padded from head to toe, football is a violent contact sport at its core. With each hit and tackle, there is an ever-growing concern over the impact of those hits.