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#SocialCurrentSee ▶#CTE *

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#SocialCurrentSee#CTE * (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) · @ALTALOMAN archive via @Storify ~ Have you seen? https://t.co/2stsre48ku — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) March 29, 2016
Headline stories and investigations continue unabated about the concussion problem for the game of football.  Where there is heat there must be fire.  Many a grandparent and parent is probably taking a second look at the issue when it comes to encouraging youth about the sport, given the publicity (the film) about this issue.  I think we can safely say that there is ample reason to consider caution.






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#SocialCurrentSee: #Sweet16

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#SocialCurrentSee : #Sweet16 (#ALTACITIES archive of March Madness 2016 @Storify: Who will make the Elite 8? https://t.co/3Sb3qSLuur — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) March 22, 2016

Sports fans (even if not fans of a particular college basketball team) are likely to be tuned into March Madness 2016.  In that degree, the annual national college basketball championship tournament is much like the Super Bowl, attracting an audience that exceeds the loyalty and interest of any given team.  Will this year's FinalFour2016  in Houston produce one of the Top100 games all time?  Scroll through the video slide show below to see where prior games have ranked.





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Webster legacy a 'no-brainer' for NFL

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Posted by Michael Foxworth on Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Gone from his earthly sojourn for nearly 15 years, Michael Lewis "Mike" Webster (March 18, 1952 – September 24, 2002) is now best remembered for his medical record (the precursor to the NFL CONCUSSION story).  First, he was an American football player who played as a center in the National Football League from 1974 to 1990 with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs. He is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, class of 1997. Nicknamed "Iron Mike", Webster anchored the Steelers' offensive line during much of their run of four Super Bowl victories from 1974 to 1979 and is considered by some as the best center in NFL history. Get to know more in the 5Ws+H at the links of this #SocialCurrentSee.





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