Almost everyone knows about the lawsuit filed by some 4,500 former pro football players against the National Football League. The plaintiffs in the class action suit, which was settled for $765 million, detailed the range of conditions from depression to dementia and the neurological problems they, and doctors, say were caused by years of blows to the head.
More veteran players are coming forward to talk about how all those brutal hits changed their lives. The latest is Joe DeLamielleure. The former Buffalo Bills lineman and Hall of Fame member is one of the plaintiffs in the NFL suit. On the Sunday morning show "This Week," he said that was diagnosed with symptoms of chronic traumatic encephalopathy.