Another CTE Lawsuit

Most of you know that as part of their “settlement” in the NFL Concussion Lawsuit, the League tried to dodge a bullet – or two – in not including or acknowledging the long-term problems of CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy) once … Continue reading

Sheilla Dingus: The CTE Lawsuit that Made it to Court

EDITOR’S NOTE: So why hasn’t this wrongful death lawsuit gotten the coverage that other lawsuits have received? Earlier this year,the NFL lost their arguments to block this suit from moving forward. And it was because of CTE! Our friend, Sheilla … Continue reading

Former Titans Tight End Frank Wycheck Believes He Has CTE

After 11 years of playing in the NFL followed by years of depression and cognitive issues, Frank Wycheck (Washington Redskins, Tennessee Titans 1993 – 2003) publicly acknowledged that his post-career problems are the direct result of CTE from all the … Continue reading

This Commercial was Banned from Super Bowl

Did you know that the NFL has a rule banning activist commercials during Super Bowl? Guess there are a few things where even money won’t change with the League. Here’s one commercial from the National Congress of American Indians that … Continue reading

Random News

Some bits-and-pieces of information that have come in, starting with an interesting observation from disability attorney John Hogan (if anyone has heard anything about these reps on disability improvements, please feel free to let us know): . Article 61, Sec. … Continue reading

Evan Weiner: Did the NFL want to take care of discarded players benefits back in 1992?

Wednesday, 29 December 2010 BY EVAN WEINER . For New York Giants backers, this Sunday’s contest against the Washington Redskins could be the team’s final game for a long, long time. The National Football League’s Collective Bargaining Agreement ends on … Continue reading

The NFL’s Double Standard for Older Retired Players

We posted earlier about Larry Kaminski‘s recent California Workers’ Comp suit (click HERE to read that post) and Larry had mentioned his letters from the NFL Management Council and the NFL Benefits Plan telling him that he had missed his … Continue reading