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NFL, former players reach settlement in concussion lawsuit


There has been a settlement worth a proposed $765 million in the NFL's concussion case that included some 4,500 former players suing the league over head trauma. "This is a historic agreement, one that will make sure that former NFL players who need and deserve compensation will receive it, and that will promote safety for players at all levels of football,” Judge Phillips said via the statement. (CBS Sports)


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