MP3: NFL Hall Of Famer Harry Carson Says He Never Would’ve Played Football Had He Known Effects Of Concussions

08.10.2012

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NFL Hall Of Famer Harry Carson Says He Never Would’ve Played Football Had He Known Effects Of Concussions MP3

By Julie Parise, CBSNewYork.com NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – After more than 20 years of retirement, Hall of Fame linebacker Harry Carson suffers the residual effects of concussions to this day. But you can’t tell by looking at him. The former Giants great walked the red carpet at a recent event in New York City’s iconic Waldorf=Astoria hotel, simultaneously chatting up fellow superstar athletes, gran... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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