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Two members of U.S. House introduce bill regarding NCAA athletes' name, image and likeness

USATODAY.com Thursday, 24 September 2020
Congressmen, including former Ohio State and NFL player Anthony Gonzalez, address controversial way of allowing more money to reach college athletes.
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New Study Shows That Youth Football Doesn't Impact Concussion Recovery In Adulthood [Video]

New Study Shows That Youth Football Doesn't Impact Concussion Recovery In Adulthood

Playing tackle football at a young age may not affect a player's ability to recover from a concussion as they age. A new study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology showed no evidence of increased risk for young players. According to UPI, the study included more than 600 NCAA college football players. The study also found that concussions did not negatively impact players' balance or increase risk for psychological problems.

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Antonio Brown to return to NFL after agreeing to 1-year deal with Bucs, according to reports [Video]

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Former Vikings linebacker, six-time NFL Pro Bowler Matt Blair dies at 70

Linebacker Matt Blair, who starred for the Vikings for 12 seasons and was a six-time NFL Pro Bowler, died Thursday at the age of 70.

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Three months out, the NFL still facing COVID-19 questions and uncertainty around Super Bowl

The NFL plans to hold Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7 in Tampa, just as it has for some time. But what happens if COVID-19 forces more schedule changes?

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Former NFL star Dana Stubblefield sentenced to 15 years to life for rape conviction

Three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Dana Stubblefield played 11 years in the NFL for San Francisco, Washington and Oakland.

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Ohio State University Ohio State University public research university in Columbus, Ohio, United States

Evidence Shows Heart Damage In College Athletes With COVID-19 [Video]

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Up to 15% of college-age student-athletes experience heart inflammation after battling COVID-19. According to UPI, the results of a new study have been reported by sports media outlets for weeks. The study looked at football, soccer, lacrosse, and basketball players as well as track and field athletes at Ohio State University. In the analysis, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, revealed evidence of myocarditis in four of 26 athletes.

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