Hopefully for Briggs, addressing it early makes the symptoms easier to deal with. Former Bears stud linebacker Lance Briggs believes he has the symptoms for CTE, telling his story in a his new web series “Lance Briggs-Time of my Life” on SQOR.com. “CTE affects guys in a different way, and you start seeing it even
Mick Foley has been on the receiving end of some bone rattling bumps during his time as a WWE legend — and now the Hall of Famer plans on donating his brain for scientific purposes after his death. Foley hopped on Twitter to announce his choice to donate his brain to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)
Ex-WWE Superstar Rob Van Dam will join the growing list of athletes who plan to donate their brains to research for chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) after their deaths. Van Dam made the announcement during an appearance on The Taz Show podcast. “I’ve donated my brain and spine to the [CTE] study,” he said. “I used
The NFL is doing it’s best to ensure that present and future football players are protected to the fullest extent they can. Many former football players are giving back in their own ways also and that mean donating the one thing that can be studied to see the effects the game has on them, the
NFL.com via Good Morning America is confirming what most of us knew and suspected. After having extensive research done on his brain, deceased NFL great Junior Seau, who committed suicide last year, did in fact have signs of CTE. CTE is a progressive degenerative disease of the brain found in those with a history of repetitive brain trauma.