"It gets harder as the kids get older," the future Hall of Fame quarterback said.
“It all comes down to you just hope he’s OK. It’s really all we can do.”
Last night's NFL season opener between Denver and Carolina and the disregard for quarterback Cam Newton's brain health was a stark reminder of how far the NFL has to go in safeguarding players from the ramifications of concussions.
Cam Newton took a total of four hits to the head during Thursday night’s game.
It's a tragedy that many of the players who built the NFL are currently struggling not only physically, but mentally, emotionally and financially because they aren't properly being taken care of after their playing days are over.
In this week's Scheer Intelligence podcast on KCRW, Robert Scheer speaks with former USC football player Anthony Davis about living with the brain injuries Davis sustained during his celebrated career.
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Arizona Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians blames moms for concerns about concussions. But is it really mom's fault that their kid won't play football? Are most dads really so gung-ho about football? Or is there something else going on.
More and more players have been quitting pro football because of health fears.
The league ran ads on the New York Times website alongside the article in question.