National Football League (NFL) researchers paid by the league to study the link between concussions and brain disease omitted more than 100 diagnosed concussions, including some in high-profile players, from its analyses, The New York Times reported. Citing confidential documents it obtained, The New York Times report claims the omissions include head injuries suffered by star quarterbacks Steve Young and Troy Aikman. Also missing were all concussions suffered by Dallas Cowboys players between 1996 and 2001, the time period in which the study focused, The Times reports. Critics of the NFL’s report say it is sloppy at best and a ... Read More
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