On Thursday, Boston University’s CTE center announced the results of an autopsy on Aaron Hernandez’s brain. BU researchers say the former Patriots player had stage 3 CTE when he died, a level of the neurogenerative disease usually seen in players in their late 60s. Hernandez’s fiancé has filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of her daughter- against the Patriots and the NFL. Ron Sullivan, part of the team which successfully defended Hernandez in a double murder trial earlier this year before the football player was found dead in an apparent suicide in his cell in April, joined Jim Braude to discuss the lawsuit.
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Hernandez Lawyer On CTE Results, Lawsuit
September 25, 2017