NFL Crisis: Why is Goodell The Only One Getting Heat?

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From all appearances it seemed to be a typical September football weekend for both the National Football League and college football. People watching games and milling around wearing merchandise from their favorite teams and supporting a business whose leadership is under fire from sports journalists and some women’s groups.

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Overuse Sports Injuries

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By Dr. Les Dutko, Ed.D, LAT, ATC

What Is An Overuse Injury?
There are two basic types of injuries, acute and overuse! Acute injuries happen all at once during a single event on the other end of the spectrum overuse injuries occur over time where there are many repetitions of the same movement or skill, resulting in micro-trauma to the tendons, bones, and joints. To mention a few of the more common overuse injuries would be tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), runner’s knee and jumper’s knee (infrapatellar tendinitis), Achilles tendinitis and shin splints. Overuse injuries are the most common and the hardest to evaluate and treat. In sports, overuse injuries are the most prevalent and the most challenging to evaluate and treat.

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Blatter confirms he will run for fifth term as FIFA President and calls for introduction of TV replays to challenge referees

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Sepp Blatter has confirmed he will stand for a fifth term as President of football’s world governing body FIFA during a video interview broadcast at the Soccerex Conference in Manchester, where he also hinted television referrals may be trialled as early as next year’s Under-20 World Cup.

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