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8 results for "concussion"

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  1. 03:16

    NFL Career Worth Long-Term Health Issues?

    Mark Schlereth and Herm Edwards defend Bears safety Chris Conte's comments that he would rather play in the NFL than have a longer life and discuss the long-term health effects of playing in the NFL.

    December 17, 2014
  2. 01:16

    NFL: Concussions Down 13 Percent

    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell comments on the current state of safety in the NFL in reaction to the report that concussions in the league are down 13 percent.

    September 04, 2014
  3. 03:27

    OTL - New NFL CTE Cases

    Boston University researchers have discovered 27 more cases of chronic brain damage in deceased football players, including 15 NFL players, which more than doubles the number of documented cases connecting football to long-term brain disease.

    December 02, 2012
  4. 07:06

    OTL: Football At A Crossroads: Players Quitting

    From NFL veterans, like Jacob Bell, to newcomers, like Chad Diehl, some players are choosing to walk away from football over concerns about their long-term health.

    August 27, 2012
  5. 07:56

    OTL: Football At A Crossroads: Keeping In "Toon"

    Former NFL receiver Al Toon and his son, Nick, talk about the game of football as Nick embarks on his rookie season with the New Orleans Saints.

    August 23, 2012
  6. 04:53

    The Woman Who Would Save Football

    Jane Leavy discusses her Grantland column on Dr. Ann McKee, who is attempting to make the game of football safer.

    August 17, 2012
  7. 08:12

    OTL - Taking Its Toll

    Former Chicago Bears QB Jim McMahon says repeated blows to his head during his playing days is taking a toll on him today, which is why he is among the hundreds of former players suing the NFL.

    March 16, 2012
  8. 07:56

    OTL - Suffering Through Recovery

    Some athletes who suffer concussions are finding that the same system in their brains that helps them process movement may make them more susceptible to a longer recovery process.

    September 22, 2011