Player-turned-lawyer leads latest concussion lawsuit
Brad Culpepper, a former NFL player who became a lawyer after his career ended, has hired a lawyer of his own and joined the ever-growing throng of concussions plaintiffs.
According to NFLConcussionLitigation.com, Culpepper and 25 others have filed suit against the NFL. Also on the complaint are former Chiefs defensive back and former FOX analyst J.C. Pearson and two-time Pro Bowl punter Jim Arnold. A separate lawsuit was filed by former Bucs and Raiders lineman Charley Hannah.
There are now more than 1,800 former players suing the NFL.