Rabbitohs captain Cameron Murray has “learned to disguise the effects of concussions” in games, according to NRL 360 host Paul Kent.
The star lock returned from a head knock injury in Souths’ elimination final win over the Roosters on Sunday, and Kent believes he was still feeling the effects of the concussion he suffered a week earlier.
Murray appeared to cop a head knock while attempting to tackle Roosters forward Matt Lodge early in the game, and then was rattled again in the second half after copping a hit from Jared Waerea-Hargreaves.
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After suffering a concussion in Origin Game III and a head knock against the Roosters in Round 25, Kent is adamant that…