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    Agree with Stardust, if someone looks hard enough they can come up with all sorts of excuses, face it, he has problems and needs to address them very quickly or move on which probrably means jail sooner or later, or worse he messes with the wrong women and gets shot dead.

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    If any of you know who Cyril Wecht is, you would realize that he is not someone looking hard to excuse Roethlisberger's distasteful behavior.

    In your lust to bash Roethlisberger, you guys missed the point.

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    I know what you mean ground&pound...i think it's interesting, sorry if i got it off topic.
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    Troy Aikman had a bunch of concussions and he seems to be doing pretty good.
    I have not seen him in the news for anything bad.
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    Not an outrageous theory at all, concussions are known to induce violence in some people. Pretty sure it is a recognized condition, some theorized Chris Benoit had it. See:

    http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=...=1&oi=scholart

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    http://news.cincinnati.com/apps/pbcs...T02/306270030/

    Report: Former Bengals receiver Chris Henry had brain damage
    Condition may have affected emotions & contributed to his death


    CTE is in the news again. It reminded me of this thread from a few months back. I find this stuff very interesting.
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    CTE carries specific neurobehavioral symptoms, Bailes said – typically, failure at personal and business relationships, use of drugs and alcohol, depression and suicide.

    Sounds like half of the NYC population to me.
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