The CDD did a study this year -- I think it came out just fairly recently, that said if you've been in the NFL for at least five years, there's a four times greater chance that you will die of dementia -- you will die of dementia than if you did something else for a living, such as being an accountant or being an anchorman or, you know, flying an airplane or anything.
So, statistically, no, it doesn't happen to everybody. You can retire and be OK. But, by the same token, it's going to happen to people who have taken repeated hits to the head far more often.
O'REILLY: Four times more often.
GOLDBERG: They will have bad things happen to them far more often. Four times more often is a lot than people who didn't play football.
O'REILLY: All right, Bernie. We appreciate your coming on as always.
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