Judge agrees to remove compensatory claims cap from NFL concussion suit

The NFL had previously agreed to pay no more than $675 million in compensatory claims

The National Football League settled a class action lawsuit over concussion-related issues for $675 million in compensatory claims in August 2013. Players originally wanted $2 billion in the case. However, U.S. District Judge Anita Brody questioned whether the settlement would be enough to pay all potential claims.

So what’s the end result for the NFL and former players?

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