Flip on your television on a Sunday or Monday in the fall, and it won’t be difficult to find an NFL game. It also won’t be difficult to find the sort of bone-crunching, eye-opening contact that has helped make the sport so popular in America.

Football is in a state of flux: As more and more information comes out about concussion protocol and the frightening development of the link between head trauma and life-threatening CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy), there is cause for serious concern over the way the game is played.

Seattle Seahawks defensive coach Rocky Seto and the rest of the Seahawks staff think there is a way to help eliminate the brutal tackles that might get fans’ attention read more.