I think this whole lawsuit stuff is stupid. I played for 14 years total. I started playing when I was 6, it was flag but we were in full pads and had contact, just no tackling. By the time I was in HS, I knew the dangers of playing this game. It doesn't take a very smart person to know that when you run as fast you can and hit someone as hard as you can, and they are doing the same thing, bad things can happen. I will never have full range of motion in my neck again. It is what it is. It was my choice and I deal with it. I don't care if it was 1920 or 2013, when you bang your head into something, you know the dangers of that, no one has to tell you. If you step in front of a moving train, you know that is dangerous and no one had to tell you that either. Everyone in the NFL has chosen to be there. They have accepted the risk associated with that. The only ones that have gripe about the NFL are the older players. The ones that built this league into what it is today and were not paid very much for it. They are the ones that the NFL should be taking care of, whether or not they have any lingering injuries. Oh and by the way, I have 2 sons. Both of which I encourage very strongly to play football. Its a great game and teaches you so much about life. There is always a risk in anything you do, from going for a walk to driving to the store to playing football.