The logic seems inevitable: If an NFL disability board decided 12 years ago after a contested hearing that concussions cause serious damage, the NFL should be legally required to admit now and forever that concussions cause serious damage.
We still don't believe what we just saw at the Roger Clemens trial, and we were right there in our Courtside Seat to watch it. Plus, Rashard Mendenhall and a family basebrawl.
What does a civil suit filed against the Colts' Eric Foster in Indianapolis tell us about the Ben Roethlisberger incident in Georgia? Take a Courtside Seat and read on.
Why didn't Roger Goodell need to have the law on his side when he suspended Ben Roethlisberger? Our legal expert has that answer and more.
This will not end well. The sexual assault civil lawsuit filed against Ben Roethlisberger has devolved into claims, counterclaims, demands and duels between the attorneys.
At least one thing will be accomplished at Tuesday's hearing about the plight of retired NFL players: Senators will get to hear themselves talk, writes Lester Munson.