Big Hits=Big Money. It’s a formula the NFL has perfected throughout the years, encouraging players to hit and hit hard, showing “highlights” of those very hits all the while claiming that they are doing all they can to “clean” up the game. So they fine a few guys (totally up to the leagues discretion) now and again. But they do little to compensate or attempt to help those players of yesteryear who are now aging with severe disabilities related to their years in the NFL. I know. Those players knew the risks. But perhaps those risks have become much larger than we originally knew about. With players becoming bigger and faster and playing at lightening speeds on the field are the risks greater than ever before? We won’t know the results of Junior Seau’s death for some time. But maybe, just maybe, it will force the NFL to address a very clear and present danger.