Originally written on The Victory Formation  |  Last updated 11/16/14

30 Sep 1990: Quarterback Bernie Kosar of the Cleveland Browns passes the ball during a game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Cleveland Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. The Chiefs won the game, 34-0.
Just hours after it was announced that Junior Seau suffered from CTE, there is troubling news in regards to former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar. The former 13-year player is undergoing treatment for brain trauma. One month ago, Kosar was on concerned fans when an appearance on WKNR sounded as if he was drunk or high. Nobody could make out what he was discussing, and the host even tried to end the discussion because it was so incoherent. Kosar was asked about it the following day and expressed shock. But Kosar announced on Thursday that he is currently involved in a new treatment run by Florida-based Dr. Rick Sponaugle. The treatments are helping to reverse the effects of brain trauma. “When I heard some of the things he was capable of doing I was bluntly a little skeptical,” Kosar said. “. . . but just after a few weeks of treatment to not have the ringing in the ears, not have the headaches and to be able to sleep through the night without medications and all the stuff. “Not to get over religious or to preach to you, but this was all happening during the holidays and I really thought [...]
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