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Vast Majority Of Former NFL Players Expected To Accept NFL Concussion Settlement
Published January 8, 2014
GETTING BIGGER ALL THE TIME: In DC, Nathan Fenno reported Pro Football HOFer Gale Sayers "sued the NFL over concussions" on Monday, the same day the proposed settlement was filed. Sayers and five other former players sued in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The case "ups the number of former players suing the NFL to 4,887 over 307 lawsuits" (WASHINGTONTIMES.com, 1/7).