The NFL draft is a time to think about the future of football, and John Kass has come to a conclusion: "It's as dead as the Marlboro Man," he writes in the Chicago Tribune. You know the reason: concussions. But contrary to what you might expect, the lawyers fighting a barrage of concussion-related lawsuits aren't to blame, argues Kass. "Lawyers are merely the cleanup crew." The group that will ultimately prove to be football's undoing are parents. As Kass explains, "The NFL desperately needs" them, "not as fans, but as suppliers of young flesh."
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