Jason Luckasevic was the first attorney to sue the NFL regarding head trauma and concussions. Now, he is taking on the NCAA, on a case-by-case basis. Sports Illustrated host Robin Lundberg talked with Luckasevic about why he's chosen to challenge the NFL and NCAA and about how the tragic stories of those who suffered the after effects of playing football have impacted his pursuit of legal wins.
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