Suffering from ALS, Tim Shaw has no regrets about personification football
June 8, 2015 - als
Former NFL actor Tim Shaw is pang from ALS during a age of 31, and he wonders if football could have played a partial in causing him to rise a disorder. But even if it did, Shaw says he’s blissful he played.
“I don’t censure football during all,” Shaw told Dave Birkett of a Detroit Free Press. “No regrets about how we played or anything like that. The diversion has given me so much. It’s given me so most opportunity, so most experience. Relationships. It’s taught me a million lessons. It’s unequivocally helped make me who we am.”
Shaw does believe, however, that it’s obligatory on a NFL to do a investigate to establish either personification football creates players some-more expected to rise ALS.
“I have no thought [what purpose football played],” Shaw said. “I wish to know. we wish a stream players and people who put their kids in football, we wish them to know either ALS is a probable side outcome of football, so we consider investigate needs to be done. we consider a NFL needs to step adult and do some fund-raising for conduct trauma. Maybe it’s too tighten to home for them, though they need to step adult and say, ‘OK, let’s do conduct mishap recognition month maybe instead of breast cancer awareness.’ Let’s do something that creates clarity for a diversion of football. And what a absolute car that would be to lift funds.”
Shaw is doing his partial to lift awareness. And he’s right that a NFL could and should do more.