I’ve talked quite a bit about the NFL’s concussion crisis and the settlement the league reached with 4,500 former players before this season started. But this week, a judge rejected the settlement, saying it didn’t cover enough players with enough money. On my America Weekend show, I talked over this development with Lester Munson, senior writer and legal analyst for ESPN.com. He explained what the ruling means for ex-players, whether current players will be able to take legal action against the NFL, and what happens next.

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