Ken Stabler played for 15 years as a quarterback and won the Super Bowl when he played for the Raiders. He died this past July from colon cancer, but the effects of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) had already taken some of his memory and impacted his behavior. Before he died, he made the decision to have an autopsy to see what if any damage his brain had sustained due to his years of playing football.  The autopsy showed that his brain was in stage 3 of CTE.

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