I also love a bunch of 50 y/olds saying they might not have played if the knew the risks, at 50 maybe not, at 18, 22, don't make me laugh
i was going to bring this up with the OP in mind. junior seau is a bad poster boy for the plaintiffs
that guy played fricking injured all the time with injuries he knew about 100% with a knowledge that he could make them worse
dude loved him some football, even if he knew he was fricking up his body. i mean he played until he was really fricking old, too
it's hard to look back in hindsight (even if he were alive) and say he would choose not to play football. i'm trying to think of an interview from a few years ago about sleep apnea (which used to be the "next big thing" in football litigation) and there was a lineman basically saying, "yeah i know i'm cutting my life short but i'm doing it to provide a lot of money for my family"