What do these former NFL stars have in common?Is ALS a fringe benefit of a football career?
Tony Proudfoot (CFL)
Yes, it's ALS. Does this seem strange to anyone else?
Monday, September 8, 2008
Since Our Minds Have Moved To Football This Weekend
One of the horrible ironies of ALS is the number of athletes and active, fit people who are diagnosed. Since the NFL kicked off over the weekend, perhaps we can tweak some sportswriters to raise the visibility of how often ALS hits professional (and college and high school) football stars. Here's a list from ALScounts --
Posted by ALSadvocacy at 7:48 AM