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This combination of photos provided by Boston University shows sections from a normal brain, top, and from the brain of former University of Texas football player Greg Ploetz, bottom, in stage IV of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE. (Dr. Ann McKee/BU via AP)

This combination of photos provided by Boston University shows sections from a normal brain, top, and from the brain of former University of Texas football player Greg Ploetz, bottom, in stage IV of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE. (Dr. Ann McKee/BU via AP)

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Walter Carter, who played for the Raiders and the Buccaneers, at his home in Odessa, Fla., June 26, 2017. Former NFL players who stand to receive money from the league’s concussions settlement are now getting heavily solicited by lawyers, lenders and would-be advisers, pitching their services and trying to get a cut of the money. (Eve Edelheit for The New York Times)

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Derek Loville runs for a touchdown for the San Francisco 49ers in this 1995 file photo. (AP)

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click here: Tom Brady breaks his media silence, finally addresses Gisele’s concussion claim

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The NFL owns NFL Films. So anything that happens at NFL Films necessarily

happens at the NFL. Which, given the specifics of the lawsuit filed last week

against NFL Films, is bad news for the NFL.

 

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By Mayo Clinic Staff: CTE is a progressive, degenerative brain disease for which there is no treatment. It is especially important to avoid a second concussion before the first one heals (second impact syndrome). A second concussion can result in permanent brain damage or death.

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