The new film starring Will Smith blows the lid off the NFL’s dirty secret — aging former players are being ravaged by dementia and other disorders because of repeated brain injuries!
In the flick “Concussion,” coming out this holiday season, Smith played real-life forensic pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu, who discovered football players suffer from CTE, a devastating degenerative disease linked to repeated hits to the head.
A total of 87 out of 91 NFL veterans tested show signs of CTE.
The disease even hit Kathie Lee Gifford’s late husband Frank, who died this year.
Top film critic are saying Smith’s movie “delivers a hard hit to the NFL,” which allegedly shamefully covered up the problem and is being sued for $1 billion by injured former players.