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Football great Dan Marino has joined 14 other former players to sue the NFL over concussions, CNN reports.
The men have filed a civil lawsuit in federal court that claims the NFL has known for several years that there is a link between concussions and long-term health issues. Court documents show that they are seeking monetary damages, which will be determined at a jury trial, as well as medical monitoring. All complainant say they suffered from brain injuries, with their symptoms developing over time.
Marino is a Hall of Fame quarterback who was the star of the Miami Dolphins for 17 seasons. The other plaintiffs are Richard Bishop, Ethan Johnson, Chris Dugan, Anthony Grant, Mark Green, LaCurtis Jones, John Huddleston, Erik Affholter, Toddrick McIntosh, Dwight Wheeler, Jackie Wallace, Moses Moreno, Peter Manning, and Bruce Clark.