According to Nathan Fenno of the Washington Times, former NFL running back Stephen Davis joined four unnamed ex-players in a lawsuit against the NFL for concealing the long-term effects of concussions.
The 38-year-old Davis, who played 11 NFL seasons with the Washington Redskins, Carolina Panthers and St. Louis Rams, says he's been suffering from short-term memory lapses over the last year and a half. The three-time Pro Bowler is unable to remember spending time with his children, paying bills and even conversations with his wife, DeeDee, from just minutes before, Fenno reported.
A visit to the neurologist three months ago raised some concern.
"Looking at the results, and they're not that good," Davis said. "I need to get special treatment, further treatment to try and get it taken care of … A lot of things scare me a whole lot, and it bothers me because there isn't no telling what day I'll forget everything."
Davis, who last played in ...