According to TSN former players have filed a class action law suit against the CFL for $200 million dollars over the concussion brain injury cases that have risen of late in football see link on story[url=http://www.tsn.ca/former-players-file-200m-lawsuit-against-cfl-1.300462]http://www.tsn.ca/former-players-file-2 ... l-1.300462[/url]
It's unfortunate that it has come to this as most issues could be resolved out of court but after watching the CFL last year make it's stand at the start of the year on cutting down on concussions and the number of head shots against Tiger-Cat players alone was ridiculious with Fantuz, Collaros and so on.
The CFL refs are just as much to blame because they were given the green light by the league to in force the rule and they allowed many plays to go unnoticed and of course look how long both Ti-Cat players were injured for?
Hopefully with the new rules being introduced this season we will also see better officiating??
GO CATS GO!!!