Stevan Ridley ready to return from concussion

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New England Patriots running back Stevan Ridley says that he is ready to move forward from the concussion that knocked him out of the AFC Championship game.

Stevan Ridley has said that he is ready to move forward after recovering from a concussion which knocked him out of the AFC Championship game earlier this year.

The New England Patriots running back was left unconscious following a tackle from Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard during the game.

The 24-year-old told the Boston Herald: "I thank the Lord that I'm healthy and brought me back. All I can do now is move forward from that, but it was a nice hit that I took. Just got to shake it off. Comes with the game.

"It wasn't pretty at all. It was one of the worst ones that I took in my life. Besides that, it comes with the game. Sometimes it's others, and sometimes it's ourselves. But either way, I love the game, and I love football."

Ridley recorded 1,263 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns for the Patriots last season.

New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowsi on September 30, 2012
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