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Tedy Bruschi reacts to the news that his former teammate Aaron Hernandez had severe signs of CTE when he took his own life in a Massachusetts prison.

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  • rb the god
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    People in the comments actually believe you can only suffer from CTE if you play in the NFL ? 😂😂 What you think it's a injury you unlock once you get there or what ? Lmao you could suffer from brain damige just by play Pop Warner or highschool especially because they make you hit full speed at practice everyday.college & NFL they hit but most of them go light especially douring game week because they don't want injury's some don't even hit on game week at all.
    It's probably most dangerous & more possible to develop Brain damige in Pop Warner because alot of kids don't know how to hit properly & alot of times they lead in with the Head. Highschool alot of guys still don't know how to hit or protect themselves & coaches want hitting at full speed everyday .
    So by the time they get to college or NFL alot of players already suffer from it.
    Only because NFL is the last place they play that's where all the blame goes towards.
    But I bet if you studied players before playing in the NFL alot of them already suffer from CTE.

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