On January 29, 2016, Kelce signed a five-year, $46 million contract extension.[8]

Stabler reportedly told his family that he wanted his own brain studied after learning that Junior Seau had been diagnosed with CTE.

Travis Michael Kelce (/ˈkɛlsi/; born October 5, 1989) is an American football tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Chiefs in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He played college football at the University of Cincinnati.

The victim has been named locally as Henry Anselmino, who was watching in the crowd when he was killed

The death in 2013 of football player Michael Keck, a former star at Harrisonville High, threw a new spin on the increasingly loud CTE discussion — he was only 25 when he died and never played pro football. (Read Sam Mellinger’s story here.)

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Omalu has estimated that more than 90 percent of all NFL players have CTE. The disease, however, can only be diagnosed after death.

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In a study released in October, 87 of 91 former NFL players who donated their brains to science tested positive for the disease

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Former Raider Ken Stabler joins the growing list of NFL players afflicted by the brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy

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CTE, believed to be linked to repeated head trauma and concussions, makes the brain go haywire.

“Stabler might be inducted posthumously into the Hall of Fame on Saturday,” wrote ESPN senior writer Ian O’Connor. “And if his legacy makes the journey to Canton, it will do so with the letters CTE attached.”

▪ A postmortem analysis of the brain of Jovan Belcher, the Chiefs linebacker who killed his girlfriend in December 2012 in a murder-suicide, found that the 25-year-old linebacker probably was suffering from CTE. He is among the youngest known players to have the disease. (Read more here.)

▪ Ray Easterling, a former safety for the Atlanta Falcons, was depressed and suffering from apparent dementia when he shot himself in 2012. An autopsy found CTE in his brain. “It amazed me to think about what he dealt with every day inside his head,” said his widow, Mary Ann.

Omalu pointed to Simpson’s “irrationality, his impulsivity ... his sexual improprieties, his violent tendencies, domestic violence history” as signs of the disease.

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The brains studied came from players who had concerns about CTE when they were alive.

“Everyone should think they have it and then work to slow it down by working to have a better life,” Lott said. “As far as symptoms, I don’t have anything.”

▪ New York Giants safety Tyler Sash, 27, died of an accidental overdose of medications in September. His mother, who had seen his irregular behavior and periods of confusion and memory loss, said her son knew something was wrong. It was CTE, which had advanced to a stage rarely seen in someone his age.

“The game is so much a part of who I am, so I can’t give up a big part of me. I just hope the game doesn’t one day take away a big part of me.”

▪ San Diego Chargers linebacker Junior Seau, who suffered from CTE, shot himself in 2012 at the age of 43.

Here are just a few of the NFL players affected by CTE:

▪ Former New York Giants running back and broadcaster Frank Gifford, who died last August, had CTE, as his family had suspected.

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Juszczyk attended Harvard University, where he played tight end for the Harvard Crimson football team under coach Tim Murphy.[2] Following his senior season in 2012, he was a unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection.

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