The NFL will lay out three-quarter of a billion dollars to settle with thousands of former football players over concussion-related injuries.
The parents of a Frostburg State University football player who died after a second concussion accused coaches at the Maryland school of conducting “gladiatorial” high-speed drills that caused players to suffer repeated blows to the head.
An alarming study about teenage athletes. It turns out young players are not taking head injuries very seriously.
Former pro-football players are a step closer to going to court against the NFL. A federal judge will soon decide whether their lawsuit over concussion-related brain injuries can move forward.
Former NFL quarterback Sean Salisbury joined Vinny and Rob live from Superbowl 47′s Radio Row. Salisbury does a lot of work with promoting safety and concussion awareness in the game of football.
Former NFL ref Red Cashion joined the Norris & Davis Show to discuss his days in the league and his observations on how to keep players safe.
A Frostburg State University football player who suffered a fatal concussion last year is getting some permanent recognition at his Germantown high school.
Former NFL players may have a higher risk of dying from diseases that damage brain cells.
Soon after a concussion interrupted his baseball career, Brian Roberts was more concerned with simply living a normal life than returning to the game he loves.
Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will begin a minor league rehabilitation assignment on Wednesday, a significant step in his bid to return from a concussion that has kept him sidelined for more than a year.
Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts has not played in a Major League game since May 16, 2011. So after missing more than a year with concussions, his manager says he might just be back on the field in the near future.
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