Chris Seeger Interviewed in a CBS Investigative Exclusive on Concussions in the NFL
After years of denying the scientific evidence that links repeated football concussions with long-term brain damage, the NFL is currently in the hot seat.
After years of denying the scientific evidence that links repeated football concussions with long-term brain damage, the NFL is currently in the hot seat. Over 3,000 National Football League Players have file suit against the NFL, and this flood of multi-district NFL lawsuits are finally making this powerful organization take notice.
Kate Sullivan and Rob Johnson of CBS Chicago interviewed Chris Seeger, lead attorney in the case against the NFL, and Emery Moorehead, former player for the Chicago Bears, to find out more about the case.
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