High school football left an indelible mark on George Visger. At 54, he's a man whose high school football experience decades ago remains vivid and special — even though the game itself has left a dark cloud over his life.
Visger, who played college ball at the University of Colorado and then joined the San Francisco 49ers, has a brain battered by football.
The years of hard hits have left him with severe memory loss and other brain problems, and his doctors warn they could get more serious quickly. George will join us in studio this morning in the 8 o'clock hour and we'll speak to him about how to better protect the players in the NFL.