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  1. 05:15

    NFL Legends Receive Diagnosis

    NFL greats Tony Dorsett, Joe DeLamielleure and Leonard Marshall recently received the diagnosis that they have signs of CTE, the degenerative brain disease linked to depression and dementia and attributed by some scientists to head trauma.

    April 05, 2014
  2. 06:15

    Youth Football Sees Drop In Participation

    Trevor Matich, Jerome Bettis and Darren Woodson discuss the decline in participation in the nation's largest youth football program, Pop Warner, and how proper safety measures could make the game safer.

    November 14, 2013
  3. 14:56

    Hall Of Famer Joe DeLamielleure Has Signs Of CTE

    Joe DeLamielleure talks about being diagnosed with signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy or CTE.

    November 06, 2013
  4. 05:28

    OTL: Head-On Collision: NFL Acknowledges Link

    A new book and documentary describe the only public instance in which the NFL has acknowledged a link between playing football and brain damage.

    October 08, 2013
  5. 09:12

    OTL: Mind Control

    Several research groups competed to study Junior Seau's brain after he died. Did the NFL help pick the winner?

    April 27, 2013
  6. 07:44

    OTL: Three To Remember

    Former NFL running back Leroy Hoard discusses coping with headaches, memory loss and depression and explains why he must never forget Andre Waters, Dave Duerson and Junior Seau, three former NFL players who committed suicide.

    January 27, 2013
  7. 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
  8. 08:15

    OTL: Future Of Football

    Football is a game of collisions, even for children, and the long-term danger of concussions has become a national issue. Some parents, including the families of former NFL players, are re-considering whether it's worth the risk.

    February 04, 2011