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NFL Determined to Deny the Concussion Problem

Photo: Mel Evans – Associated Press “It’s painful, man, for my daughters to say they’re scared of me…it’s painful.” Suffering the effects of a thousand hits and crunches in his NFL career, Hall of Fame running back  Tony Dorsett is beset with memory loss, suicidal thoughts and bouts of rage. His family, he says, is often terrified of him. Dorsett is merely one of many...
Via From the Perimeter
December 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Remembering Chris Henry

He was either a misunderstood kid who was never able to escape the trappings of a rough childhood combined with the sudden influx of a lot of money, or he was a knucklehead who repeatedly fell into a pattern of ill-advised behavior. His criminal record makes it easy to look down on him as another thug who didn't "get it". However, like most things, the world of Chris...
Via Pro Football Spot
December 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Cowboys players say Garrett 'has their back'

IRVING, Texas Dallas Cowboys starting left guard Nate Livings has a unique perspective on the tragedy that occurred in the organization last weekend. He was with the Cincinnati Bengals in December 2009 when 26-year-old Chris Henry was killed during a domestic dispute with his fiance. Livings said he'll never forget how the team came together in the aftermath of Henry's...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
December 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Bengals Young, Promising Wide Receivers Put Team First

Brandon Tate is making a push for a starting wide receiver spot with the Bengals. The perspective that former Bengals wide receiver and return specialist Glenn Holt added this week provided a unique insight. Not a perspective promoted through the coaches, rather a former player turned coach with experience between different eras. Having spent a majority of his short NFL career with...
Via PPR Fantasy Football
June 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Former Bengals WR Glenn Holt sees a difference in team's new receiving corps

A couple of weeks ago, we relayed the news that former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver and kick returner, Glenn Holt, was going to help out with coaching duties during minicamp. The team wanted to lean on their former player to help them out with the wide receivers, as well as with special teams in the return game. Holt did in fact help out during last week's sessions and caught...
Via 60 Max Power O
June 18, 2012  |  Discuss
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