A landmark deal between the National Football League (NFL) and former players to compensation for concussion-related injuries has been approved by a federal judge, and could cost the league as much as $1 billion over 65 years, according to projections. The settlement was first announced in August 2013, but capped the compensation at $765 million over 65 years. Concerns were raised that the fund wasn’t enough to cover health care and other benefits for the retired athletes and their survivors. The NFL finally agreed to lift the cap. Total payouts over 65 years, which includes interest and$112 million in attorneys ... Read More
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