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Stanford Report, July 20, 2015 A growing body of evidence suggests that concussions in football are caused by the sudden rotation of the skull. David Camarillo’s lab at Stanford has evidence that suggests current football helmet testing doesn’t account for these movements. By Bjorn Carey THE Cicero Multiple exposure shows the effect of an impact …

The mother of a Riverside teenager who died after collapsing during a football game in 2013 has sued the companies that made and refurbished her son’s helmet, saying they had reason to know the helmet was faulty but did not notify anyone. Tyler Lewellen, 16, a junior at Arlington High, was injured during a practice …