Will Smith’s new movie is going to be making appearances in business ethics classrooms. It is increasingly recognized that football is a dangerous sport. The sport has always been known as a rough one, but the specific long-term dangers of repetitive hits to the head are now becoming clear. This raises questions for the NFL about what we are inclined to think of in terms of employee health & safety. And it’s the topic of Will Smith’s new movie, Concussion, which is based on a true story. Smith plays Bennet Omalu, the neuropathologist who discovered Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in a former NFL football player. >>>
LINK: Trailer: Concussion
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