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Pro football Hall of Famers Nick Buoniconti and Harry Carson joined four-time Pro Bowl linebacker Phil Villapiano and researchers from Boston University to make the announcement. They’re working with the Concussion Legacy Foundation to support a new parent education initiative, Flag Football Under ..

 

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It shows that there are 158 claims to be paid. 40% of those claims however have not been paid.

Over 60 of the paid claims were to players who died from CTE and/or have ALS.

There are ONLY 6 players who are to be paid for Level 1.5 and Level 2.0 diagnoses. They have denied 32. There are over 1000 claims that NO decision has been made.

 

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David Onyemata of the New Orleans Saints tackles Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. (Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

 

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Brett Favre talks to Rich Eisen.

 

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NFL’s Concussion Protocol Remains a Joke After Cam Newton Hit

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Former NFL players struggle to get paid after reaching $1 billion settlement over concussions. Despite the support of his family and friends, and a desire to get better, Langston followed through on that plan on February 24, 2014, shooting himself in the chest so that his brain could be studied. Researchers …

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 oncussions — and the resulting memory loss — prompted NFL player to end career and tackle the task of getting the …
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Lawyers battle over NFL concussion settlement feesLawyers battle over NFL concussion settlement feesNFL lawyers locked in battle over concussion settlement | New York Post

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Ann McKee, director Boston University’s center for research into the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, addresses an audience on the school’s campus Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 about the study of NFL football player Aaron Hernandez’s brain, projected on a screen behind. STEVEN SENNE / AP

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