A total of 22 Hall of Famers have sued the NFL for concussions allegedly suffered during their careers.
The latest is defensive end Bruce Smith, who spent 19 seasons in pro football with the Bills and Redskins.
According to the Washington Times, Smith filed suit on Thursday in federal court in Philadelphia. Smith declined comment through a spokesman on Friday.
Currently, more than 110 lawsuits have been filed, by 2,770 players. Smith’s lawsuit includes 37 total players.
The NFL’s all-time sack leader, Smith retired with 200 exactly.