In ESPN The Magazine's The State of Football: Texas Issue, Peter Keating describes why the NFL's concussion settlement stinks, and how to fix it.
In ESPN College Football Preview issue, Peter Keating writes that by refusing to drop the Redskins nickname, Dan Snyder isn't just being morally stubborn -- he's being a bad businessman.
If the NCAA really wanted to stop football programs from abusing power, it should have dealt Penn State the crushing financial blow of a TV ban, writes Peter Keating in ESPN The Magazine.
ImPACT sells tests and training to pro teams, colleges, high schools and sports medicine centers, but some question whether the program actually works.
Title IX is often blamed for men's programs getting cut. But as Peter Keating explains, the real problem is the NCAA's method of allocating scholarships.
Junior Seau's suicide was a tragic loss. How aggressively the NFL shepherds its former players going forward will decide how many more tragedies occur, writes Peter Keating in ESPN The Magazine.
Peter Keating explains how Total Quarterback Rating (QBR), ESPN's new metric for quarterbacks, can shift the way we see the game by finally measuring the performance of football's most important position more accurately.
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.
Some independent experts and helmet makers believe the process is misleading and even potentially dangerous -- concerns that have prompted one manufacturer to withdraw from the ongoing program.
Mark Lovell is the NFL's director of neuropsychological testing, but he also sells the testing software the league's teams are buying. Peter Keating examines the potential of a conflict of interest.
National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell has ordered all 32 NFL teams to send doctors and athletic trainers to a special meeting on concussions, ESPN has learned.
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.
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