Report: NFL head injuries have led to drastic youth football participation decline

Feb 14, 2014

(USA Today Sports Images)

(USA Today Sports Images)



 (view the helmet to helmet hit by these two very young football players in the video)!



Wake up NFL and provide restitution for “concealing” the dangers of  head injuries. No more illusionary benefits or programs, studies, NFL Dr. “NO” Ira Casson or Elliot Pellman - a Long Island rheumatologist with no previous expertise in brain research.  


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    Nov 14, 2013 - From Yahoo Sports: Many NFL observers believed it was only a matter of time before parents curtailed their children’s participation in youth …




    Opinion: When the 2013 numbers become available there will be at least a 20 % (percent) drop in youth football.







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3 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. John Hogan
    February 14th, 2014 at 1:19 pm #

    For a number of years the NFL has wanted to expand outside of the U.S. Games in Canada, Mexico, and next year four in the U.K. Originally, they wanted to have more consumers for their games and licensed merchandise. Now, I think that they are looking for places to find future players.

  2. George Visger
    February 15th, 2014 at 1:58 pm #

    My “concussion career” began in my 3rd year of Pop Warner at age 13. I knocked myself out in a senseless Bull-in-the-Ring drill and was hospitalized. Just a gladiator drill for the coaches amusement.

    Now on brain surgery # 9.

    Glad to see enrollment declining. Young brains shouldn’t be subjected to collisions. Nor should adult brains for that matter.

    George Visger
    SF 80 & 81

  3. Dave Pear
    February 16th, 2014 at 1:11 pm #

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