Archive for January, 2013

DeMaurice Smith at Today’s NFLPA Press Conference: Toradol Is Cool So Long As Players Can Sue

Published January 31st, 2013, Uncategorized

From the Twitter feed of the National Football League Players Association (‏@NFLPA) @DeSmithNFLPA says 3 issues high on radar: sideline concussion experts, credentialing for medical team personnel & team Toradol waivers.

Attention, Open Amateur Sports Sex Abuse Victims — A New Federal Government Resource

Published January 31st, 2013, Uncategorized

Through two different sources who are working hard to detox open amateur sports, I have learned of a new federal government investigative resource for victims of sexual abuse inside these sports — including but not limited to swimming. If you are a victim, please call FBI Special Agent Randall Devine at 310.477.6565. Quite apart from […]

New Orleans Times-Picayune: ‘LSU cancels brain injury event, rankling organizers, Kyle Turley’

Published January 31st, 2013, Uncategorized

http://www.nola.com/superbowl/index.ssf/2013/01/super_bowl_2013_lsu_cancels_br.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

‘Fight Fiercely, Harvard’ — $100 Million Crimson-NFL-NFLPA Collusion Illustrates Anew the Power of King Football

Published January 31st, 2013, Uncategorized

Yesterday I posted the kind of perspective on the $100 million research grant to Harvard University by the National Football League Players Association that you are guaranteed not to read in today’s wire service hype. A hundred million bucks! Folks, that’s not a research grant — it’s a line item in the budget of a […]

USA Swimming Covers Its Do-Nothingness on Widespread Sex Abuse in Its Own Ranks … By Hosting a Conference on Sex Abuse

Published January 30th, 2013, Uncategorized

This post has been deleted, consistent with a July 15, 2013, consent order in U.S. District Court in Maryland. The full text of the consent order is viewable at http://concussioninc.net/?p=7823. For new developments, follow Concussion Inc.’s coverage on July 15, 2013, and thereafter.