It makes us feel better when we can determine direct causes, identify means of prevention of similar acts, or categorize those involved as somehow different, distant or foreign.
Former Chicago Bears safety Dave Duerson took his life in 2011 after suffering years of concussion symptoms. Now his family is donating concussion testing kits to the Chicago Public School District.
When the news of Junior Seau’s tragic death by apparent suicide broke on Wednesday afternoon, the tweets about the potential perils of playing pigskin started flowing soon after.
The family and friends of the late Dave Duerson, who spent seven seasons with the Chicago Bears, have created a program to help Muncie, Ind., high school and middle school athletes who suffer head injuries.
The tragic story of former Bear Dave Duerson’s suicide took an interesting turn Wednesday, when reports showed the two-time Super Bowl champion was deep into bankruptcy filings.
The family of former Chicago Bears player Dave Duerson said Thursday that the Super Bowl champion would still be alive today, if not what they claim was an NFL conspiracy to cover up the dangers of concussions.
The latest research shows repeated head trauma can cause irreparable brain disease. As CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports, for parents whose kids are active, this can be extremely troubling, especially when you consider that almost any sport can leave your child with a concussion.
It’s not a biographer’s job to make you feel good. Apparently, author Jeff Pearlman has succeeded in angering a sizable number of naïve Chicagoans and Bears fans, based on early response to his new book.
Former Bear Dave Duerson’s degenerative brain injuries might not even have qualified for benefit under the NFL disability plan he himself helped create, according to a published report.
Former Chicago Bear Dave Duerson had brain damage when he committed suicide in February, according to the Boston University center that studies brain injuries to professional athletes.
I wish I could agree with Rick Telander of the Chicago Sun Times. Really.
Researchers from Boston University are set to announce autopsy results this morning for former Chicago Bear Dave Duerson, who committed suicide in February.
The medical tragedies that have befallen several members the fabled 1985 Bears have prompted a Canadian news magazine to deem the team the “sad news Bears.”
Progress is being made regarding head trauma and concussions in sports, it’s just taken longer than it should.
Relatives and friends of former Chicago Bears safety Dave Duerson were paying their respects at his funeral at a South Side church on Saturday.
Dave Duerson’s decision to donate his brain for research will particularly help young athletes who are the most vulnerable to play-related injuries.
The tragic death of former Chicago Bear Dave Duerson sent shock waves through the Bears family and its fans. The details that followed his death have raised more questions than can be answered.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he wants to change the “culture of football” with respect to player safety. His next push in achieving this is to convince government to pass new laws in order to spread that safety on the field to our youth.
Former Chicago Bear Kurt Becker was in Springfield this week, testifying for legislation to promote education on concussions for teens and their parents.
It took some time and information before the report started to make any sense.
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