Washington Attorney General has filed a Lawsuit against The Commanders and Dan Snyder

            The District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine has filed a consumer protection lawsuit against the Washington Commanders, owner Dan Snyder, the NFL, and Commissioner Roger Goodell [1]. This announcement comes just days after Snyder announced that he was going to explore options revolving around his ownership of the team, whether it be finding... Continue Reading →

Dan Snyder May Finally Sell the Washington Commanders

            The Washington Commanders, formerly known as the Washington Redskins and the Washington Football Team, may be on the market sooner rather than later. Commanders’ owner Dan Snyder and his wife Tanya Snyder announced on Wednesday that they have hired Bank of America to consider possible transactions[1]. What that means no one really knows quite... Continue Reading →

The NCAA Goes To Court Over CTE

A massive case regarding CTE and NCAA football has gone to trial for only the second time, as the widow (Alana Gee) of former USC linebacker Matt Gee is suing the NCAA for wrongful death in Los Angeles Superior Court.[1] Gee was the fifth linebacker from the 1989 USC football team to die before the... Continue Reading →

Tua Is Set To Start Week 7

On Saturday October 15, Miami Dolphins’ Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was cleared to return to the field when he passed the NFL’s five step return to play protocol after missing two games due to a very scary concussion that he suffered against the Cincinnati Bengals on September 29, after already likely suffering one against the Buffalo... Continue Reading →

The Updated Concussion Protocol In Action

If you have been following the Tua Tagovailoa situation, it was clear that the NFL had work to do in terms of keeping its players safe. After issuing a statement days after the NFLPA’s investigation began, the NFL and the NFLPA jointly announced that they were working towards updated protocols centered around “Gross Motor Instability”... Continue Reading →

Combatting Concussions in the NFL

There has been a ton of talk about concussions in the National Football League this season. At the forefront has been Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins mishandling of his significant injury. Apart from that, there is a larger question to ask regarding the number of confirmed and suspected head injuries this year, considering the... Continue Reading →

Misappropriating funds for your Favre-orite University

Being a Hall of Fame quarterback has its perks. Fame, recognition, connections, and persuasive social power. Unfortunately, that power is not without flaw. Recently released text messages confirmed that former Mississippi governor Phil Bryant helped Brett Favre in diverting “at least $5 million of the state’s welfare funds” to construct a new volleyball arena for... Continue Reading →

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