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Late CFL Player, 27, Exhibited CTE Symptoms of Someone Three Times His Age

Late CFL Player, 27, Exhibited CTE Symptoms of Someone Three Times His Age September 25, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Springfield, MA: The estate of late NFL player Aaron Hernandez on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit against the National Football League (NFL) and the New England Patriots, alleging that defendants failed to protect Hernandez from traumatic brain injury within the context of active play in football games, all the while knowing that repeated blows to the head could lead to chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), an irreversible brain disease.
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Stop the Superbowl! NFL Bad Call Lawsuit Filed (you’ll never guess by who)

Stop the Superbowl! NFL Bad Call Lawsuit Filed (you’ll never guess by who) January 16, 2014. By Gordon Gibb.
Mercer, PA The National Football League (NFL) has been inundated with lawsuits in the last few years with regard to player concussions - and that story continues to play out in the media. But nothing could’ve prepared the NFL and even the most diehard fans for this lawsuit bomb.
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Brain Injury and the CFL: The Scrimmage Continues

Brain Injury and the CFL: The Scrimmage Continues November 14, 2012. By Gordon Gibb.
Philadelphia, PA As the Canadian football season winds down and the NFL winds up with next years' Super Bowl in its sights, the spectator sport of professional football appears to be migrating from the stadium to the courtroom, as debates over concussions and brain injury continue to dominate a sport once governed by strength and stamina. Now, players having suffered recurring concussions accuse the NFL of lacking good judgment and common sense towards preventing traumatic brain injury.
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NFL Brain Injury Saga Continues

NFL Brain Injury Saga Continues September 23, 2012. By Heidi Turner.
New York, NY The saga of the National Football League brain injury lawsuits continues, with Travelers Companies Inc filing a lawsuit against the football league. The Travelers lawsuit comes on the heels of thousands of player lawsuits, alleging they suffered a traumatic brain injury while playing for the NFL, and further alleging their brain trauma had a significant effect on their quality of life.
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NFL Hit Heavy with Brain Injury Lawsuits—Counters with Breach of Contract Suit

NFL Hit Heavy with Brain Injury Lawsuits—Counters with Breach of Contract Suit August 16, 2012. By Jane Mundy.
Los Angeles, CA On the heels of more than 140 brain injury lawsuits filed against The National Football League (NFL), the league filed a lawsuit of it's own on August 15, 2012 against approximately 36 insurance companies for breach of contract.
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On the Eve of Super Bowl, NFL Brain Injury Lawsuits Consolidated

On the Eve of Super Bowl, NFL Brain Injury Lawsuits Consolidated February 1, 2012. By Gordon Gibb.
Philadelphia, PA With the 2012 Super Bowl days away and the prospect of football players on both teams pulling out all the stops for a win in the globally televised spectacle, the last thing on the minds of spectators and players alike will be brain injury. The heat of battle usually dwarfs such concerns.
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