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Although the NFL season ended with last night’s Super Bowl matchup between the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks and the AFC champion Denver Broncos, ongoing concerns surrounding the league’s concussion litigation will ensure that professional football remains in the headlines throughout the offseason. In August 2013, the NFL agreed to a historic $765 million settlement [...]Continue Reading →
This just in: “Hitting your head thousands of times appears to create a disease that slowly and quietly causes your brain cells to die.” For more than a decade, the National Football League (NFL) had steadfastly denied any connection between multiple concussions and permanent brain damage. While the League now publicly Continue Reading →
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