In this Tuesday Jan. 27, 2009, file photo, Dr. Ann McKee, of Boston University School of Medicine, talks about damaged human brains during a news conference about chronic traumatic encephalopathy in Tampa, Fla. Jeff Miller, the NFL’s senior vice president for health and safety, acknowledged a link between football and the brain disease CTE for the first time this past Monday.
In this Tuesday Jan. 27, 2009, file photo, Dr. Ann McKee, of Boston University School of Medicine, talks about damaged human brains during a news conference about chronic traumatic encephalopathy in Tampa, Fla. Jeff Miller, the NFL’s senior vice president for health and safety, acknowledged a link between football and the brain disease CTE for the first time this past Monday. Chris O'Meara The Associated Press
In this Tuesday Jan. 27, 2009, file photo, Dr. Ann McKee, of Boston University School of Medicine, talks about damaged human brains during a news conference about chronic traumatic encephalopathy in Tampa, Fla. Jeff Miller, the NFL’s senior vice president for health and safety, acknowledged a link between football and the brain disease CTE for the first time this past Monday. Chris O'Meara The Associated Press