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Eddie Kennison, Errict Rhett lead latest group of concussion plaintiffs

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More than 2,000 former players have sued the league for concussions.  On Friday, another 20 joined the fray.

According to the Associated Press, former receiver Eddie Kennison and former running back Errict Rhett, along with 18 other former players, filed suit in New Orleans.

Rhett spent seven seasons in the NFL, playing for the Buccaneers, Ravens, and Browns.  Kennison, a 13-year veteran, played for the Rams, Saints, Bears, Broncos, and Chiefs.

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7 Responses to “Eddie Kennison, Errict Rhett lead latest group of concussion plaintiffs”
  1. gtorlone says: Jun 1, 2012 10:22 PM

    The only consistency Eddie Kennison had in his career was that he was a 14th round fantasy football pick for ten straight years.

  2. walker615 says: Jun 1, 2012 10:24 PM

    Eddie kennison was always a huge b**** so I’m not surprised.

  3. kingcarlbanks says: Jun 1, 2012 10:27 PM

    Eddie K was and is a hoe. He quit on the Broncos, tried to come back, got cut, then went to Chiefs and talked smack before a game with Denver. Then b****ed out all game long while the Chiefs got whipped..

  4. pftfanatic says: Jun 1, 2012 10:37 PM

    Eddie Kennison. Wasn’t he a regular on Howard Stern who died in a car accident?

  5. txxxchief says: Jun 1, 2012 10:40 PM

    It is amazing how injured these guys who hardly saw the field have been. Apparently, if you bumped your head getting out of your Ferrari on the way to training camp, the NFL caused you to be brain damaged for life.

  6. miamimike1 says: Jun 1, 2012 11:08 PM

    The only ones who should be filing for concussion lawsuit is the G.M.s who acquired Eddie Kennison. That could be proof to their claim that they suffered some sort of brain damage.

  7. Soulman45 says: Jun 1, 2012 11:11 PM

    Are they going to run the NFL out of football or will they be pitch.
    (the suites)

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