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  • Yes, the NFL should fuind the study to protect the health of the players

    Yes, the NFL should fund the Boston University concussion study to protect the health of those who play in the NFL and those who strive to do so. It is important to know the impact of suffering concussions on a person's health to protect the players. Knowing the effect of concussions can allow the NFL to place limits on the total number of concussions a player can receive during his career.

  • NFL Funding for Concussion Study

    Because the NFL initially agreed to fund the research, the NFL should keep their word. There is a link between playing football and concussions. It is understandable that upon rethinking the funding as time grew shorter, the NFL may have had a change of heart because it may place them (the NFL) in a bad light. With that being said, one could also say that backing out of a much needed study, where there are many potential participants and necessary funding is unfair on the part of the NFL. Yes, the NFL should stick by their word and fund the Boston University concussion study.

  • Yes they should

    Concussions are a serious problem in football and the NFL. The NFL has more than enough money to fun Boston University's concussion study. If any good comes of the study, it will certainly benefit the NFL. The NFL hid concussions for far too long and they owe it to society to help research the issue.

  • I think we need more research.

    I think the NFL should fund Boston University's concussion study for as long as possible. We are getting valuable information about concussions and how they affect football players. I think it helps football players understand the risks of playing in the NFL and allows them to make informed decisions about their future.

  • This suck ok

    The research, the NFL should keep their word. There is a link between playing football and concussions. It is understandable that upon rethinking the funding as time grew shorter, the NFL may have had a change of heart because it may place them (the NFL) in a bad light. With that being said, one could also say that backing out of a much needed study, where there are many potential participants and necessary funding is unfair on the part of the NFL. Yes, the NFL should stick by their word and fund the Boston University concussion study.
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