Dolphins Hall of Famers Nick Buoniconti, left, Larry Little, center, and Don Shula chat before a halftime Hall of Fame ring presentation for quarterback Dan Marino at Dolphins Stadium in this Nov. 6, 2005, file photo. The plight of former Dolphins great Nick Buoniconti has shone new light on football brain injuries -- and the NFL’s moral obligation to do more.
Dolphins Hall of Famers Nick Buoniconti, left, Larry Little, center, and Don Shula chat before a halftime Hall of Fame ring presentation for quarterback Dan Marino at Dolphins Stadium in this Nov. 6, 2005, file photo. The plight of former Dolphins great Nick Buoniconti has shone new light on football brain injuries -- and the NFL’s moral obligation to do more. Miami Herald file Jared Lazarus
Dolphins Hall of Famers Nick Buoniconti, left, Larry Little, center, and Don Shula chat before a halftime Hall of Fame ring presentation for quarterback Dan Marino at Dolphins Stadium in this Nov. 6, 2005, file photo. The plight of former Dolphins great Nick Buoniconti has shone new light on football brain injuries -- and the NFL’s moral obligation to do more. Miami Herald file Jared Lazarus

Greg Cote

May 15, 2017 2:11 PM

NFL has moral obligation to help Buonicontis and Kiicks while it limits future suffering

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Greg Cote has been a Miami Herald sports columnist since 1995 and also writes the Random Evidence blog and NFL predictions along with his notorious sidekick the Upset Bird. He has covered Hurricanes football (1984-88), the Dolphins (1990-91) and major events including Super Bowls, NBA Finals, World Series, Stanley Cup, Olympics and World Cup.
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