Kevin Turner was a lead plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit against the NFL that was affirmed Monday. Turner died last month; he's seen here in a 2014 Senate hearing on the long-term effects of brain injuries. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Nigel Bradham of the Buffalo Bills celebrates a touchdown in the October game against Jacksonville Jaguars in London. Yahoo's online stream of the event was one of the NFL's digital tests. Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images hide caption

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Before Monday, no NFL official had publicly acknowledged a link between football and chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Here, members of the Denver Broncos are seen after one of their teammates suffered a concussion during a game in late 2014. Doug Pensinger/Getty Images hide caption

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In A First, NFL Executive Admits Football Is Linked To Brain Damage

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A Year On, Did NFL Anti-Domestic Violence Efforts Work?

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Even A Broken Neck Couldn't Bury His Dream

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Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater lies unconscious after sustaining a particularly nasty hit to the head during a game against the St. Louis Rams in 2015. The NFL reports there were 271 diagnosed concussions last year. Jeff Haynes/AP hide caption

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New England Patriots' defensive end Chandler Jones holds a Microsoft Surface tablet on the sideline in the third quarter of the AFC Championship game against the Denver Broncos. In the second quarter, the Patriots' tablets briefly stopped working. Christian Petersen/Getty Images hide caption

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Cam Newton celebrates after a touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals, on Sunday in Charlotte, N.C. Grant Halverson/Stringer / Getty Images hide caption

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Green Bay Packers' Elijah Pitts runs with the ball during Super Bowl I against the Kansas City Chiefs at Memorial Coliseum on Jan. 15, 1967, in Los Angeles. Focus On Sport/Focus on Sport/Getty Images hide caption

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Super Bowl I Tape Was Erased Long Ago; Now The Game Will Air Again

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St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke, seen here speaking to the media after NFL owners approved the Rams' move to a new stadium just outside Los Angeles, is the target of anger for many NFL fans in St. Louis today. Pat Sullivan/AP hide caption

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The St. Louis Rams will be moving to Los Angeles. It will be the first NFL franchise in the city since the Rams and Raiders left the city two decades ago. Christopher Lee/The FA via Getty Images hide caption

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'NFL Confidential': Anonymous Player On Why He Loathes The League

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Dr. Bennet Omalu speaks on stage during the 2015 Health Hero Awards hosted by WebMD on Nov. 5 in New York City. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images hide caption

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Doctor Behind 'Concussion' Wanted To 'Enhance The Lives' Of Football Players

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Fans of the Memphis Grizzlies, seen here celebrating with Jeff Green, made only 2.47 grammar mistakes for every 100 words according to a new study. Frederick Breedon/Getty Images hide caption

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For Thursday night's game, the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills wore solid colors — green and red, respectively — that were created by Nike. Many colorblind fans were not happy with the pairing. Al Bello/Getty Images hide caption

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The NFL Is Kicking The Ball To The United Kingdom. Why?

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