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NFL Concussions: The Story Behind the Leagues Denials

Oct 8, 2013

10:00 In 2011, Dave Duerson, defensive back for the Chicago Bears, asked that his brain be studied upon his death and then shot himself in the chest. Hits to the head are a part of the game, but the NFL has long denied that football players are at higher risk for mental illnesses caused by concussions. This hour we'll talk about the evidence, and if the league will confront accusations head on. Guests

Event Tuesday, October 8 at 9 pm, WOSU-TV will air FRONTLINE's League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis