Current, Former Football Players Sue NFL Over Concussions

PHILADELPHIA - (AP) Six former players and one current player have sued the NFL in Philadelphia over the league's handling of concussion-related injuries, the first potential class-action lawsuit of its kind. The players accuse the league of training players to hit with their heads, failing to properly treat them for concussions. . . . Full version available to lexis.com subscribers.

 

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Anonymous
  • 09-11-2011

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