Hall of Fame bound tight end Tony Gonzalez sees everything the NFL is doing to protect players from head injuries, but he believes that more can be done to protect against knee injuries as well.
Although he hasn’t heard one way or the other, Haggs believes Thornton’s suspension is heading towards independent arbitration, so the two questions that remain are: What happens next? And will it work?
Two psychiatrists with drastically differing expert opinions took the stand Monday in the Nate Fujita murder trial.
A psychiatrist testified that Fujita could have been suffering from traumatic brain injuries from playing high school football before the murder.
A leading researcher on concussions, based in Boston, is proposing some very tough guidelines about when it is OK for kids to play anything from football to soccer.
The BU Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy did not confirm or deny Thursday whether they are interested in studying the brain of former NFL linebacker Junior Seau.
John Branch writes for the New York Times and joined Toucher & Rich to discuss that connection between fighting and brain injuries.
Xenith has raised $10.5 million in new funding to make football helmets to help protect players from getting concussions.
Former Bears QB Jim McMahon joined the D.A. show to discuss the issues regarding head trauma in sports and if he were in Jay Cutler’s shoes would he have stayed in the game?
Felger and Massarotti discussed steroids and head injuries in sports. Marc Savard is out again with a concussion, will he return this year?