SPORT SAFETY: New Federal Lawsuit Charges Pop Warner Football As Source of Concussions

SPORT SAFETY: New Federal Lawsuit Charges Pop Warner Football As Source of Concussions
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Concussions have been making headlines across the country for several years now, but this past week, a new lawsuit was filed that pits the family of a former football player against Pop Warner football.
In short, this  focuses on a young man who played Pop Warner football for four years as a kid, but by the time he was 25, he had become seriously depressed and ended up committing suicide…

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