Carolina Panthers radio broadcast analyst Eugene Robinson speaks with reporters following a Super Bowl 50 press conference on Feb. 2 in San Jose, Calif. A Harvard study that is using some of the newest smartphone technology is aiming to help former players such as Robinson who are having health issues after they retire from the NFL.
Carolina Panthers radio broadcast analyst Eugene Robinson speaks with reporters following a Super Bowl 50 press conference on Feb. 2 in San Jose, Calif. A Harvard study that is using some of the newest smartphone technology is aiming to help former players such as Robinson who are having health issues after they retire from the NFL. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Carolina Panthers radio broadcast analyst Eugene Robinson speaks with reporters following a Super Bowl 50 press conference on Feb. 2 in San Jose, Calif. A Harvard study that is using some of the newest smartphone technology is aiming to help former players such as Robinson who are having health issues after they retire from the NFL. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

Panthers’ Eugene Robinson among ex-NFL players in Harvard health study

March 30, 2016 06:51 PM