First N.F.L. Concussion Payments Are Approved, but Some May Miss Out

The New York Times
Almost four years after the N.F.L. agreed to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to ex-players who said the league had concealed the dangers of concussions from them, the first payouts — some worth as much as $5 million — have been approved. But the registration process will end on Monday, closing the window during which players can potentially receive cash awards.
Posted on BrainLine August 7, 2017