Two some-more late football stars have affianced their smarts to research.
Two-time Super Bowl champion Leonard Marshall and three-time Pro Bowl preference Matt Hasselbeck contend they will present their smarts to a Concussion Legacy Foundation for investigate into ongoing dire encephalopathy.
The announcements were done Wednesday as partial of a second annual Brain Trust conference, that is hosted by a Department of Veterans Affairs.
Marshall says he already has short-term memory detriment and haphazard behaviour. The former New York Giants defensive lineman is 55. Hasselbeck’s father, Don, was a teammate of Marshall’s on a Giants and affianced his mind to a substructure in 2010.
More than 1,800 former athletes and troops veterans have affianced to present their smarts to a Concussion Legacy Foundation for CTE research. The on-going degenerative mind illness has been related to steady conduct trauma.