Dr. Omalu still asking questions NFL doesn’t want to hear
Borges: Dr. Bennet Omalu still asking questions NFL doesn’t want to hear
His further study into it launched what has become known as the concussion epidemic in sports, led to a nearly billion dollar settlement of a class-action suit filed against the NFL by its struggling former players and resulted in the powers of both …
Stage Set for $112.5M Fee Fight in NFL Concussion Case
Although the NFL concussion litigation has ended in a $1 billion settlement, a new dispute has kicked off as the players’ attorneys rush to score a piece of the $112.5 million pot of legal fees.
Earlier this month, Christopher Seeger and Sol Weiss, the …
— NALFA Attorney Fees (@AttorneyFees) February 24, 2017
Ex-NFL Players Reminded to Register for Concussion Settlement
A federal judge last week urged NFL retirees to register for a concussion settlement that could cost the league $1 billion over 65 years.
About 22,000 retirees are encouraged to get baseline neurological testing.
The league expects more than 6,000 of …
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Almost five years after the first concussion lawsuit was brought against the NFL, the league just secured an… https://t.co/yrSMiLuOqE
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Ex-Titan Frank Wycheck opens up to News about concussions, thoughts of suicide and why NFL settlement is a ‘joke’
“This was a really big step for me,” says Wycheck, a three-time Pro Bowl player during his 11-year NFL career with Washington and the Oilers/Titans.
Most people would probably not hesitate or blink an eye at the offer to travel to golf’s mecca and the …
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