To raise awareness, Dick’s Sporting Goods, the Impact Program, and Bettis are teaming up to offer free baseline tests to young athletes. The goal is to test a million kids.
Former Pittsburgh Steeler Jerome Bettis joined the Vinnie and Cook show on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan to discuss the NFL Hall of Fame, the Steelers’ chances in 2011 and James Harrison’s comments to Men’s Journal last month.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Steelers great Jerome Bettis about kids and concussions.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to renowned neurologist Dr Joseph Maroon and NFL veteran Brad Culpepper about kids and concussions.
Dick’s Sporting Goods has committed to screening one million young athletes across the country as part of the biggest concussion testing program ever. It’s called PACE, or Protecting Athletes through Concussion Education, and Dick’s will […]
Noted sports agent Leigh Steinberg joined the Vinnie and Cook Show on Thursday.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Woodland Hills is a perennial western Pennsylvania football powerhouse. George Novak, the school’s football coach, has become cautious over the years about head injuries and concussions. “If someone gets a head injury […]
The Penguins were back at the CONSOL Energy Center today following their season-ending Game 7 loss Wednesday night to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round of the playoffs. While the team cleaned out their lockers and got ready to begin the off-season, Pens’ captain Sidney Crosby was busy addressing the media.
While most fans don’t understand why it’s taking so long, KDKA’s Bob Pompeani sat down with a former player who knows exactly what Crosby is dealing with.
As Sidney Crosby continues his rehabilitation from a concussion he suffered earlier this year, word out of Canada is that a body-checking could be banned in youth hockey.
Back when Super Bowl victories were celebrated in Market Square and the Terrible Trolley took you from South Hills Junction to town with music all the way, Terry Bradshaw was at the top of his game.
State Rep. Dan Frankel, D-Allegheny, is co-sponsoring House Bill 200 which requires all injured athletes to be evaluated by a medical professional before they are returned to the field of play.
After half a year of planning, the Penguins Foundation announced a new program called “Heads Up Pittsburgh.”
After the second day of NHL general manager meetings in Florida, Commissioner Gary Bettman announced the league will not ban head shots.
Jim Colony caught up with Penguins GM Ray Shero after the announcement of Dan Bylsma’s contract extension.