The National Football League recently paid 765 million dollars to 4500 former players—without admitting responsibility for the brain damage that can cause depression, increased aggression and lack of impulse control. In later life, it can mean PTSD, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. We’ll hear what’s being done to protect players at the high school level in Southern California.
How Safe is High School Football?
- Steve Fainaru - ESPN - @SteveFainaru
- Dr. Christopher Giza - neurologist, UCLA
- Jason Negro - St. John Bosco High School
- Eric Sondheimer - Los Angeles Times - @latsondheimer