Aaron Hernandez: Stage 3 CTE

THIS JUST IN: The results of a post-mortem study on Aaron Hernandez’s brain were just released this morning and Dr. Ann McKee’s team at Boston University disclosed that he had advanced Stage 3 CTE. Stage 3 is typically found in … Continue reading

ESPN: Growing List of CTE Cases from BU Study

The overwhelming cases of CTE discovered in brains donated to Boston University’s ongoing study continues to surface, including youth football players as well as vets. While these studies are still only from the donated brains of deceased victims, we’re optimistic … Continue reading

Paul Anderson: The Latest Wave

EDITOR’S NOTE: Our friend, Paul Anderson, attended some of our conferences in the past while he was still studying law. As a practicing attorney now covering concussion litigation among his many areas of practice, Paul has been following the NFL concussion lawsuit  … Continue reading

Patrick Hruby: The NFL Concussion Settlement Is Pure Evil

EDITOR’S NOTE: Halloween is almost here. And once again, Patrick Hruby pulls back the curtains to expose more nasty details on the NFL Concussion Lawsuit Settlement offer. Patrick has given us permission to post his latest findings and scare our … Continue reading

George Visger: Another Reason the Concussion Lawsuit Needs to Go to Trial

EDITOR’S NOTE: In this world,nothing goes unrelated. George Visger has been proactive in reaching out not only to retired professional football players about the impact of long-term brain injuries but to all victims of TBIs, including those in military, accident … Continue reading

Jeff Winans: CTE. And More

Brandi Winans has been awaiting news from Dr. Ann McKee on the results of the neuropathology study of brain samples from her husband, Jeff Winans. Jeff died unexpectedly just before Christmas 2012 and had committed to provide brain tissue to … Continue reading

Following All the Concussion Stories

Our heads are hurting from following the growing coverage on concussions in the mainstream media just as the NFL season kicks off. . A couple of new articles on the link between concussions and ALS (Lou Gehrig Disease). One from … Continue reading

Those Women Testifying in Congress

Don’t let anyone fool you. Some of the toughest players in the retirees’ struggle with the NFL… are the ladies. No one needs to tell football players or their families about pride, determination, intelligence, grit and the heart it takes to engage in … Continue reading