An N.F.L. Doctor Wants to Know Why Some Players Get C.T.E. and Others Don’t

The New York Times | Joseph Maroon, a neurosurgeon, began working for the Pittsburgh Steelers as a consulting doctor starting in 1977 and over 46 years has examined and treated stars from the notoriously hard-nosed dynasty, including the Hall of Famers Terry Bradshaw, Mean Joe Greene and Lynn Swann. Read more.