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Bob Hohler

Bob Hohler is a sports investigative and enterprise reporter. He also covered the Red Sox and worked in the Globe’s Washington bureau. His book, “I Touch the Future: The Story of Christa McAuliffe,” details the New Hampshire teacher’s life and death aboard the space shuttle.

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Ailing former Patriots, feeling spurned by the NFL, turn to a clinic with a founder of dubious repute

By , Globe Staff

Former Patriots who have lost faith in the NFL to help them with their football-related head injuries have turned to a clinic founded by an entrepreneur with a dubious past.

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Billion-dollar NFL concussion settlement ‘on the brink of collapse’

By , Globe Staff

Lawyers for thousands of ex-players asked a judge to address complaints of delays, and other roadblocks to payments for the brain-injured.

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Denied benefits, delayed payments, and the bureaucratic roadblocks of the NFL’s concussion settlement

By , Globe Staff

Ronnie Lippett’s application for assistance under the NFL’s $1 billion concussion settlement has been denied, as have 179 others filed through March 13 by retired players.

The 342 former Patriots who have sued the NFL and helmet maker Riddell

By , Globe Staff

The Globe compiled and analyzed a list of the Patriots who allege they suffered brain injuries on the job.