Warren Sapp To Donate His Brain For Concussion ResearchPro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp has decided he wants to help the next generation of players avoid the same effects of the game that he's now dealing with.
Jordan Cameron Placed On IR; Career In Miami Likely OverMiami Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron has been placed on the injured reserve list, potentially ending his 2016 season.
University Of Miami Researchers Developing Concussion PillResearchers at the University of Miami are working on developing a pill that could help treat concussions.
St. Thomas Aquinas Football Team Testing Concussion Goggles, First For High School AthletesFor the first time ever, high school athletes will be screened for concussions using revolutionary head-wear technology designed to help diagnose traumatic brain injuries on the sidelines.
Ken Stabler's Widow, Others File New Concussion LawsuitA new lawsuit against the NFL over long-term injury from concussions has been filed Friday by former NFL quarterback Ken Stabler's widow and several former players.
Will Smith Joins Wife In Not Attending The Academy AwardsWill Smith says he will not attend the Academy Awards next month, joining his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, and others in protest against two straight years of all-white acting nominees.
NFL Reviewing Case Keenum Concussion ProceduresHead injury concern has become a major focal point for the National Football League in recent years, but an incident over the weekend is getting national attention.
Game-Changing Technology: Concussion GogglesThe concern about concussions among athletes of all ages has researchers looking for better methods of diagnosis.
NFL Player Retires At Age 24 Over Concerns Of Head TraumaAs more and more cases of current and former NFL players having head issues come out, the more those players are taking note of the dangers of playing the sport.
The Concussion Pill Is ComingResearchers trying to discover a cure for cancer, have instead, apparently found a pill that repairs brain damage from concussions. CBS4'S Rhiannon Ally reports on this timely discovery.
Former Dolphins QB Dan Marino Says He's Withdrawing From Concussion SuitHall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino intends to withdraw his name from a concussion-related lawsuit against the NFL that was filed last week, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
South Florida Sports Fans React To Marino Concussion SuitFormer Miami Dolphins player and Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino has filed a lawsuit against the NFL claiming players were misled and that information about football-related brain injuries was not revealed.