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After the Cheering Stops: An NFL Wife’s Story of Concussions, Loss, and the Faith that Saw Her Through Hardcover – November 15, 2016
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Cyndy Feasel was married for twenty-nine years to NFL lineman Grant Feasel, who was discovered after his death to have developed CTE—a progressive degenerative brain disease—from the concussions he received playing football. An art teacher in Fort Worth, Texas, Cyndy is committed to raising awareness of CTE and the dangers of repetitive head injury.
Mike Yorkey is the author, co-author, editor, or collaborator of one hundred books. He has written for The Los Angeles Times travel section, Skiing, Tennis Week, World Tennis, City Sports, and Racquet. He lives in Encinitas, California.
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This book should be read by anyone with children, or young adults considering participating in contact sports that may result in concussive impacts to the head, neck and spinal column. As for collegiate and pro organizations continuing to disavow their responsibilities for the protection and care of their athletes, demonstrates a serious disregard for their fellow man, or woman. They must be personally and legally held accountable for the consequences of both their choices, and their actions. This book must be required reading by all parents and those responsible for the welfare of children and young adults, prior to their allowing, endorsement and placement of them in any of these sports. And, this coming from me, a former Olympic-class athlete. Fortunately, I was a swimmer. Then, a Paramedic for 27 years in Oakland, CA. I should know. Highly recommend this stark and compelling account of all-too-common tragedies passed off as mere entertainment, all for greed. A lesson for us all. God Bless Cyndy Feasel, her children and extended family. What a brave witness she is. Thank you Cyndy, Anthony Patch