A recent Bloomberg Politics poll shows 50 percent of Americans said they don’t want their sons to play football.
That difference between one football helmet and the next, experts say, could mean as much as a 50 percent reduction in the chance of suffering a concussion.
The city of Dallas elected to change the current bike helmet law, which will now apply only to those 17 and younger.
On Sunday, Bryant threw fuel on the fire after receiving an unsportsmanlike penalty in the second half for removing his helmet while arguing with officials.
The Cowboys’ traditional wearing of white ‘throwback’ helmets isn’t football-driven; it’s marketing driven. Now comes the NFL’s ruling against the use of “alternate” helmets, which isn’t safety-driven; it’s PR-driven.
The Nebraska State Patrol says a 48-year-old man from Dallas has died after crashing his motorcycle on Interstate 80 in western Nebraska.
Injuries may be inevitable when playing high school football but, when it comes to concussions, parents and coaches are always looking for ways to better protect students.
Across the nation, motorcyclists opposed to mandatory helmet use have been chipping away at state helmet laws for years while crash deaths have been on the rise.
Ban high school football in Texas? Seriously? Surely that’s nonsense. Actually, it probably is in the Lone Star State. But it is a movement that seems to be gaining some steam in other parts of the country.
A life can change in an instant. It did for Devon Walker of Tulane University after a helmet to helmet collision. In October 2009, life also changed for Jared Williams of West Dallas
On this special extended Labor day edition of Greggo’s Junk…. Greggo gets stumped about a Coca Cola item? And what is Darrell K. Royal’s Bowling ball worth… in Texas?
On this special extended Labor day edition of Greggo’s Junk…. Greggo gets stumped about a Coca Cola item?