I offer you a job, and tell you in advance it is risky and you could hurt your limbs, blow out a knee or break fingers. Then you fatally injure your brain. I didn't mention long-term brain damage as a possible risk, and maybe I didn't know about it. If I did know about it, but didn't tell you, is that wrong?
Originally Posted by Game_Over
This suit is about whether or not the NFL knew or should have known about the risk of long-term brain damage before players were told about that risk. If so, players did not consent to the unknown (to them) risk of long-term brain injury, and those who put them at risk may be liable.
I'm going to list ALEC in credits as associate producer of creating horrifying things for us to talk about -John Oliver
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