Suing the NFL over head injuries?

Perhaps you really DO have brain damage. How far do you think this is going to go? Players are paid, very well, for their participation in a sport they love to play. It involves physical contact. If you didn’t like it, you should stick to something easier.

you won’t agree with me, and that’s okay. But what is the NFL going to do, ask players to make softer hits? Re-warn to protect yourself? Go to steel & titanium helmets instead of plastic? Change to flag football?

A unified lawsuit on behalf of more than 2,000 National Football League players has been filed against the league in federal court alleging that the NFL failed to acknowledge and address neurological risks associated with the sport and then deliberately failed to tell players about the risks they faced, according to attorneys representing former players.  Continue reading “Suing the NFL over head injuries?” Suing the NFL over head i…

Lindsay Lohan back into court, from House Arrest to the Big House

Oh, my dear LiLo, you shall never learn until you’re locked away for 2+ years, will you? Tsk tsk.

Lindsay Lohan may be going from house arrest to the Big House. TMZ reports that the troubled star, who turns 25 next week, recently tested positive for alcohol and must appear before a judge in an LA County Superior Court this morning.

The former Disney actress was sentenced last month to four months in jail after she pleaded no contest in the theft of a $2,500 necklace in April. Due to prison overcrowding and because she is a nonviolent offender, she’s been serving the time via house arrest. Lohan’s alleged positive alcohol test means she violated her probation terms — and L.A.’s probation department plans to ask Judge Stephan Sautner to throw her into LA County Jail.


The Barry Bonds Saga continues!

Barry Bonds – Guilty or Not Guilty, of knowing he was using steroids?

When she first considered the matter yesterday, Judge Susan Ilston strongly suggested that the newly-discovered tape recording of Dr. Arthur Ting and Steven Hoskins, allegedly discussing Barry Bonds’ steroids use, would not be admitted. Indeed, she characterized the tape as ”almost entirely inadmissible or irrelevant.”
It should come as no surprise, then, that Judge Ilston has excluded the tape from evidence.

Where this leaves us and what the jury heard:  Continue reading “The Barry Bonds Saga continues!” The Barry Bonds Saga cont…