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Malcolm Gladwell: The NFL is an abomination and he wouldn’t let his kids play football!

By PFT Commenter | 53 comments

In terms of the NFL being a moral abomination I agree with him considering what the Read-Option has done to quaterback play.

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New Data From Nation’s Largest Brain Bank Finds 76 Out of 79 Deceased Former Football Players Had CTE

By Christmas Ape | 69 comments

Nearly 80 percent of the brains of former NFL players tested have shown evidence of CTE.

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Funds Now Uncapped In Concussion Suit Settlement But NFL Gets Unlimited Appeals

By Christmas Ape | 12 comments

So no former former players getting low-balled but the NFL might be able to drag things out on an individual level.

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Dan Marino Slams Dan Marino Lawsuit, Calls Claims ‘Unfounded’

By StuScott Booyahs | 66 comments

"Dan Marino would never have filed this lawsuit had he not lost his gig with CBS a few months back," Marino said in a statement. "This lawsuit smacks of opportunism."

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Le’Veon Bell’s Concussion Makes For Most Disgusting Review Ever

By Christmas Ape | 20 comments

Late in the fourth quarter of the Steelers-Ravens, Pittsburgh appeared to have scored a touchdown on a Le'Veon Bell run to cut the Baltimore lead to 22-20 with a two-point attempt awaiting.

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NFL to Define “Strike Zones” Rules for Hits Amid Recent Injuries

By Tim Schavitz | 22 comments

In order to avoid controversy over player safety, Roger Goodell held a press conference immediately after Monday Night Football to enact NFL rule changes to be effective in Week 7 of the season.

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That Time The NFL Suggested A Neuropathologist Was Actually Practicing Voodoo

By Christmas Ape | 36 comments

There are any number of harrowing details and tragic figures depicted within "League of Denial", but few are as sympathetic as Dr.

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2031: The Year We No Longer Make Contact

By Trevor Risk | 26 comments

Prior to the 2031 season, the NFL finally eliminates contact from the game, and the league becomes a shadow of its former self.

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