George Visger has been a guest writer here on our NeuroNotes blog. George has an amazing story. He began playing football in the pee-wee league at an early age and played for the San Francisco 49rs for two seasons. Due to brain injuries sustained while playing the game, George later survived nine brain surgeries. We were anxiously awaiting his perspective on the recent airing of “The League of Denial,” and he has posted his thoughts on his blog. Click here to read about George’s view of the documentary that depicted the NFL’s clear denial of the connection between participation in the sport and brain injury.