Stabler Is Latest Big Name to Join NFL Concussion Lawsuits
by Anthony Caruso on August 16, 2012
Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler became the latest former NFL star to file a lawsuit against the league for head injuries he sustained during his career. There are now a total of 124 concussion lawsuits, representing a staggering 3,236 former NFL players.
Stabler, like his fellow plaintiffs, maintains that the NFL failed to warn players about the long-term effects of suffering multiple concussions. The players also allege that the league actively attempted to hide its own knowledge of the risks of repeated head injuries.
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