NFLPA president says NFL ‘cannot be trusted’ after concussion report

ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” unveiled that the House Committee on Energy and Commerce has found in a 91-page that the NFL attempted to influence a study by the National Institutes for Health on the detection of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in living patients.

As soon as the news surfaced, NFLPA President/Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Eric Winston was quick to respond and he did not hold back.

NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith also spoke out about the league.

Obviously, players were not very happy with the findings of the report either.

This is only getting started and it’s the latest example of the volatile relationship between the NFL and NFLPA. One of the organizations is actually looking out for the players, while the other is worried about making money and “protecting the shield.”

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