Sony Pictures released the trailer for Will Smith’s new film, “Concussion” on Monday, just days before the 2015 football season begins. “Concussion” stars Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, a Nigerian born neuropathologist credited with discovering chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in the brains of former NFL players. Among its shortcomings, the NFL concussion settlement currently being appealed does not provide any benefits for former NFL players who die from CTE in the future. Appeals in the NFL concussion settlement are scheduled to be heard this fall, just before “Concussion” opens in theaters on Christmas Day. The science behind the plot of “Concussion” is well explained in the amicus brief filed by the Brain Injury Association of America in the NFL concussion litigation.
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