Web. 10 Nov. 2013. Waldron, Travis. “Joe Namath: ‘The NFL Is Responsible’ For Concussions, Brain Injuries.” Think Progress RSS. N.p., n.d.
Assessing U.S. Efforts To Protect Youths From The Effects Of Performance Enhancing Drugs In Sports." Performance enhancing drugs should be excluded from sports because it is not fair to athletes that aren’t using it and drugging can be very harmful to the body and it can even lead to death if use too frequently. “For strength and power, the best-known drugs are probably those in the vast fami... ... middle of paper ... ... from them” according to the article "Judgments Of The Fairness Of Using Performance Enhancing Drugs." Fans will not be able to see their favorite players play if the athlete gets caught for using performance-enhancing drugs. It is also very disappointing to the fan especially when they look up to them.
Web. 7 Dec. 2013. Bradley, Bill. "NFL's 2013 Protocol for Players with Concussions." NFL.
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It is morally wrong to watch these men suffer terrible blows to the head for the sake of our entertainment. The way traditional football is played has began to push away crowds and lower ratings. If people do not become proactive and find ways to prevent catastrophic injuries, football will eventually
“John Fox’s serious symptoms bigger than football.” Denver Post 3 November 2013. Web. 6 Nov 2013. Paige, Woody. “Plenty of blame to go around in Broncos’ loss to Colts.” Denver Post 21 October 2013.
For example, if you tackle someone from the back by pulling them, then that is said to be an illegal tackle. It is also said that it is illegal for someone to pull on others facemask when tackling. There are many others rules that are enforced in the game. Another one is the rule that says, Head to Head is not allowed. What that basically is that you cannot tackle someone by contacting your helmet to the opposing player.
Although research and progress within the scientific and medical communities is understandably slow, the same could be said about the NFL's response to concussions and the dangers they pose to new research reveals new findings. However, some liberals believe that it has taken to long for the NFL to respond to the perceived crisis and its attempt to regulate the concussion treatments which could eventually lead to players ... ... middle of paper ... ...onal Safety, 57(7), 22. Olivia, S.M. (2012). The NFL is Not for Libertarians.