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  • Women’s Tennis Association suspends all tournaments in China

    01:29
  • Tiger Woods speaks out about recovery after near-fatal crash

    01:44
  • Tiger Woods seen playing golf for first time since car accident

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  • Texas youth football team ‘too good’ for playoffs, league says

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  • Marathoner with terminal cancer describes her final journey to the finish line

    05:12
  • Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers returns after positive Covid test

    02:48
  • Jon Gruden sues NFL and Roger Goodell over email controversy

    02:10
  • Rodgers addresses misleading vaccination comments

    02:59
  • New York City Marathon runners share how they feel after crossing finish line

    01:41
  • Aaron Rodgers confirms he’s not vaccinated, says he didn’t lie about status

    02:18
  • Runners share stories of emotional journeys ahead of NYC marathon's return

    03:41
  • New York City marathon set to return after 2020’s race canceled due to Covid

    04:32
  • Did Packers QB Aaron Rodgers pass on Covid vaccination?

    03:14
  • Rafael Nadal makes 97-year-old tennis player’s dream come true

    00:44
  • Chicago Blackhawks GM steps down after investigation into 2010 sexual abuse

    02:30
  • NBA season openers overshadowed by Covid controversies

    04:28
  • Meet the world's fastest blind car racer who is showing other disabled people how to race

    03:27
  • Brooklyn Nets say Kyrie Irving will not play until vaccination status resolved

    04:17
  • 18 former NBA players arrested, charged in health care scheme

    02:44

NFL under pressure to stop using race as factor in concussion settlement

03:25

In a historic settlement four years ago, the NFL agreed to pay nearly $1 billion to former players suffering the long-term effects of concussions, but the protocols to qualify for the settlement include a process called “race norming,” meaning Black players have to score more poorly than white players on cognitive tests. Now tens of thousands are calling for an end to its use. In June, the NFL denied that the system was discriminatory, but in a statement at the time, wrote that “experts are working to solve this decades-old issue.”