The NFL's concussion problem has been compoundd by a series of lawsuits from ex-players who question if the league really had their best interests in mind, writes Peter Keating in ESPN The Magazine.
For ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes how -- with seven titles in 10 years, packed stadiums and franchise values skyrocketing -- Boston is not only the most successful city in sports but also the smartest.
When the NFL reversed field on concussions, it spawned a medical gold rush that pits scientist against scientist in a quest for cures, treatments and dead men's brains.
Chris Henry, the late Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver, had chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) at the time of his death, according to scientists at the Brain Injury Research Institute.
Peater Keating of ESPN The Magazine looks at the growing concern of concussions in hockey.
ESPN The Magazine's Peter Keating says the NFL Committee on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury is re-evaluating everything from its membership to the data it has collected.
Will the NFL shift its approach toward concussions now that the head of the brain trauma committee has stepped down?