Concussions lawsuit settlement lets NFL off the hook


The NFL will have to pay up to $765 million to a group of approximately 4500 former players who sued the league over concussion-related issues. But is it enough? Not hardly, based on the initial reaction from players (current 

The National Football League has agreed to pay $765 million to settle thousands of player lawsuits over head injuries — a deal that both sides declared a win for retired athletes with debilitating brain damage. The proposed 

SHARECONNECT 29 TWEETCOMMENTEMAILMORE. The Green Bay Packers are back in the market for a backup quarterback. Vince Young appeared to have won that job last week when the Packers released Graham Harrell, but Young's hold on the job 

NFL: Federal judge announces proposal from the league and 4500 former players to end long-running dispute over head injuries in the sport.

The NFL will have to pay up to $765 million to a group of approximately 4500 former players who sued the league over concussion-related issues. But is it enough? Not hardly, based on the initial reaction from players (current