Working for Your Money

Rickey Dixon played as a cornerback and special teams player for the Oklahoma Sooners and later for the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Raiders & LA Raiders (’88 – ’93). In 2011, Rickey started to notice the first signs … Continue reading

Sheilla Dingus: The Lawyers’ Feeding Frenzy

We’re watching the REAL fight now that Judge Brody has declared the concussion lawsuit as a done deal. And it’s not for the retired players. If these lawyers had put in half the energy they”re now putting into their battle … Continue reading

Joe Nocera: The NFL’s Broken Concussion Settlement

Joe Nocera has been a New York Times Op-Ed and Business columnist for many years. Nocera has also written several books, mostly focused on business. In his Oct. 7th column, he analyzes the final NFL Concussion Settlement Offer that’s been … Continue reading

Patrick Hruby: The Rejected NFL Concussion Settlement Appeal Leaves Former Players with CTE High and Dry

Patrick Hruby has been doing a great job in covering the NFL concussion lawsuit and the subsequent settlement offers and appeals since the litigation started. His latest post on VICE sports talks about some discussions he’s already had with some … Continue reading

Court of Appeals Rules for NFL in Concussion Lawsuit

This morning, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia issued their opinion on the appeal filings against the NFL’s concussion settlement offer. Not surprisingly, the ruling supports the original opinion from Judge Anita Brody on the NFL’s terms of … Continue reading

Objection Filed RE: NFL VP’s Recent Statement on Brain Injuries

We posted about attorney Steven Molo’s filed objection with U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Philadelphia PA on Tuesday following some damning admissions from the League’s own VP of Health and Safety Policy in front of a … Continue reading

Attorney Steven Molo: Just Say No

OUCH! It didn’t take long after an NFL official publicly agreed before a Congressional hearing that football just might be linked to brain disease for attorney Steven Molo to file a request to the court to reject the current NFL’s … Continue reading

Frank Gifford had CTE

And  this sad news just in today from his family after Hall of Famer and Monday Night Football mainstay Frank Gifford passed away this past August. Thank you to the Giffords for making the decision to be open about this. … Continue reading

NFL Concussion Lawsuit Settlement Appeal Hearing

Last Thursday, Nov. 19th, The Third Circuit of Appeals in Philadelphia heard oral arguments between the NFL’s attorneys and attorneys representing retired players appealing the NFL’s concussion lawsuit settlement offer. Central argument was over the exclusion of CTE (chronic traumatic … Continue reading

The Speech Sydney Seau was NOT Allowed to Make at Hall of Fame

This was the speech Sydney wanted to give in honor of her father, Junior Seau, at this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame induction yesterday. … Continue reading

NFL’s Concussion Problem Solved!

Many of you know that I’ve been involved in the battle against the NFL and the NFLPA over the past 7+ years (hey – why take sides?) for their longstanding mistreatment of its retired players. And the biggest problem that … 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

BIAA Files Affidavit in NFL Concussion Suit

The silence has been deafening as we approach the deadline for Opt Outs and Objections to the NFL’s concussion lawsuit settlement offer on Oct. 14th. But yesterday, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) made a bold move on behalf … Continue reading

Don Brady: The Everchanging World of Concussions

Dr. Don Brady was on BlogTalkRadio’s Beyond the Cheers, hosted by Dave Ferguson. From Children to the Pros: The Everchanging World of Concussions The professional leagues of many sports are not necessarily good places to find role -models for young … Continue reading

Gordon Johnson: NFL Admits Football More Dangerous Than It Should Have Been

EDITOR’S NOTE: From our friend, brain injury attorney Gordon Johnson: Roger Goodell Admits to Football’s “Dangerous Techniques” By Gordon Johnson One of the key allegations against the NFL is the class action concussion case was that the NFL had a … Continue reading