Well, here is a bit of interesting information: According to the Associated Press, it appears that professional football players are more inclined to hide their concussions, at least says a small sample size. Out of a survey of 44 players, 23 said they would hide their concussion to stay in the game. Obviously, this is pretty shocking, but I am not sure if it is really surprising.
NCAA football players get far less compensation than their professional counterparts. That same dynamic will apply to their respective concussion lawsuits, at least for now. Via the Associated Press, a pending college football clas... Read Post
As the league tries to improve the protocol for diagnosing concussions during games, the NFL continues to wrestle with a basic reality that exists at every level of the sport. Football players want to play football. Thus, they’ll b... Read Post
It’s clear that there was an unfortunate conversation between Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. But it doesn’t appear the league is inclined to do anything about it. Peter King of The MMQB writes th... Read Post