Mike Webster's Son: 'We're Pretty Much Ignored At Every Opportunity' By SteelersWith the NFL admitting the link between playing football and degenerative brain diseases, Steelers Hall of Famer Mike Webster's son, Garrett Webster, joined The Starkey and Mueller Show to discuss this latest news.
"Concussion" Doc Says It’s Okay To Play FootballThe movie has it flaws but accurately tells the basic story that Dr. Bennet Omalu and former Pittsburgh Steelers Dr. Julian Bailes uncovered the danger of concussions that rocked the National Football League.
Portrayal Of Steelers Doctor In "Concussion" Ignites AngerThe movie is an indictment of the NFL, focusing on the Pittsburgh Steelers and taking particular aim at their team neurologist Dr. Joseph Maroon.
'Game Brain' Author Talks New Movie 'Concussion'The new film “Concussion” opens nationwide on Christmas Day.
Movie About Steelers’ Great Could Be Made In PittsburghThe late Hall Famer center Mike Webster anchored the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line in the glory days of the 1970s.
Webster Family Searching For Answers To Head Injuries & CTEGarrett Webster works for the Brain Injury Research Institute, a group that studies the impact of long-term neurological brain damage.
Neurosurgeon Explains Impact Of Repeated ConcussionsMost recently we've learned about the serious neurological damage associated with repeated concussions - dementia, depression, Alzheimer's, memory loss and death – some by their own hand.