Former Players Sue NFL For Hiding Concussion Dangers

Seventy-five former professional football players are suing the National Football League for allegedly concealing the dangers of concussions for 90 years. They cite fraud, negligence and failure to warn. TMZ reports that the players and their wives claim "the NFL knew as early as the 1920s of the harmful effects on a player's brain of concussions; however, until June of 2010 they concealed these facts from coaches, trainers, players and the public."

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