Howie Long and Phil Simms discuss the film Concussion.

By SI Wire
April 27, 2016

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Howie Long and Phil Simms of The Experts Network discussed what the NFL can do to care for its retired players and prevent CTE in SI's Experts Network Draft Show.

Long recently watched Will Smith's film Concussion and was asked whether he felt like a victim of the league after seeing the movie.

“No, I didn't feel like I was a victim,“ Long said. “I certainly understand where players feel like from an information standpoint. They would feel like they were victims.”

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Simms says he has not seen it and has no plans to watch the movie but thinks about CTE every day.

“I don't want to see it because I know enough about it,” Simms said. “I read about all the players. I read about this stuff constantly.”

Watch the full expert's draft show here

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