"Injuries are a recognized part of football, and indeed, all competitive athletics."
"Irrelevant because it simply indicates those schools who claim to have been playing football previous 1830s"
According to "Football, First Hundred Years; the Untold Story" football players don't understand career ending injuries can ruin their life.
"Injuries can affect player's career in a number of respects"
It relates to "Football, First Hundred Years; the Untold Story" by "For should he break loose again he may get his head cracked" In the beginning they couldn't stop the testosterone pumping throughout the mens veins which made them angry.
"Partially NFL funded Social Security disability benefits"
This shows and talks about how the school is not an important matter at hand because they were not playing for a long time. Which means that school does not know the topic.
This quote is telling us how even though the player comes back from an injury, he may not be the same. Possibly scared to play a certain position again because of the pain that had been caused from beforehand.
The NFL was not really backing how the injuries can affect the players well being. Their mentality or Physical form.
In Conclusion, is the NFL worried about their players? Or are they just making money for them. These are human beings, and they need to get treated with more care in the long run if they want to win the game of life.