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The Story of a Boy Named Gay - The New York Times
Remember when Norman Dale glances around before Hickory's first practice, then mumbles under his breath, "Let's see what kind of hand I've been dealt here"? That's Week 10 of the NFL season. The first nine weeks are a prolonged exhibition season with one wrinkle: You can't clinch a playoff spot, but you can definitely screw one up. Just ask the Chiefs. Now the real season begins. I'm not saying that the last two months didn't count; but the fact remains, you always want to peak in January instead of November. And in the words of James Hetfield, nothing else matters.
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By Mark Moore. Forty-two players on the New England Patriots first three Super Bowl teams are part of a class-action lawsuit against the NFL and helmet maker Riddell alleging that they have symptoms of brain injuries caused by repetitive blows to the head during games and practices, according to a report. In total, more than former Patriots or their estates have sued the NFL and Riddell over brain injuries since the team was founded in , including a number of Hall of Famers, the Boston Globe reported on Saturday. Eight players, including Junior Seau and Mosi Tatupu, were diagnosed after their deaths with CTE, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, a degenerative brain disease caused by repetitive brain trauma.
Randall Jerome Gay, Jr. He was signed by the New England Patriots as an undrafted free agent in He played college football at LSU. Gay also played for the New Orleans Saints. He played on a Super Bowl winning team with both the Patriots and the Saints, and is also noted for being one of the two Louisianan-born other being former LSU and Saints teammate, Devery Henderson having won a championship at both the college and pro level for teams of Louisiana, his home state.