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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Eddie Mason
As mild traumatic brain injury and chronic traumatic encephalopathy have become household phrases, participation in the country's most popular sport has slumped.
"The object is to tackle this guy, not try to hit the guy as hard as I can," Mr. Mason said.
"This brash kind of mindset, the underdog mindset," Mr. Mason said, "this hard-core attitude kind of deal about who hits the hardest [is part of the issue].