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Old 12-13-2012, 12:37 PM    (permalink
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I know I'm suffering now from multiple concussions playing HS and Semi-Pro ball.. I used to have a photographic memory but now it comes and goes and I have to study twice as hard to remember things. Some days are better than others but I can definitely tell the difference...
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Sure it is. Reality TV contestants sign a waiver before joining the show that basically says they can die on set for any reason and the show is not responsible.

If you make a waiver, and they sign it, they're bound legally.
You can't waive your right to sue for negligence, so this leaves open a lot of potential lawsuits anyway.

I agree with the notion that its a dangerous sport and these players know what they are getting into. I understand and respect players like Barry Sanders who decide to leave the game before their body completely shuts down.
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I know I'm suffering now from multiple concussions playing HS and Semi-Pro ball.. I used to have a photographic memory but now it comes and goes and I have to study twice as hard to remember things. Some days are better than others but I can definitely tell the difference...
^ Wow, same here dog... 3 of them (no not semi-pro ball though, just HS & college) that I know of and weird symptoms as you have mentioned.
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