Football's Brain Injury Crisis Isn't Just for Star Players
Former NFL linebacker Ka'Lial Glaud's struggle with post-concussion syndrome illustrates how the sport's fringe performers have greater incentive to put their health at risk—and fewer resources to cope with lasting damage.
Junior Seau's Sister and Other CTE Families Are Encouraging Brain Donations During Super Bowl Week
Family members of victims of a neurodegenerative disease linked to football have launched Faces of CTE, a new awareness and advocacy campaign.
If College Football Can't Accept The Targeting Rule, It Will Never Solve Its Larger Safety Crisis
Targeting may be the most hated and misunderstood rule in college football. But if the sport can't get behind it, how will it ever enact the safety reforms needed to ensure its long-term survival?
'Concussion' Is Important Simply Because It Exists
The new film is letting mainstream moviegoers know that it might not be healthy for gigantic men to ruthlessly slam their bodies into each other a whole bunch.
The NFL Continues to Fail Junior Seau
As the Hall of Fame prepares to posthumously induct Junior Seau next month, the details of his death—and the role that football played in it—are still being met with silence.