In this July 26, 2017 photo, Lise Hudson poses with photos of her husband, Jim Hudson, who played football for the University of Texas and the New York Jets in the 1960's, at her home in Austin, Texas. After his death, researchers found that Hudson suffered from stage IV chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the highest level of the brain disease.
In this July 26, 2017 photo, Lise Hudson poses with photos of her husband, Jim Hudson, who played football for the University of Texas and the New York Jets in the 1960's, at her home in Austin, Texas. After his death, researchers found that Hudson suffered from stage IV chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the highest level of the brain disease. Eric Gay AP
In this July 26, 2017 photo, Lise Hudson poses with photos of her husband, Jim Hudson, who played football for the University of Texas and the New York Jets in the 1960's, at her home in Austin, Texas. After his death, researchers found that Hudson suffered from stage IV chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the highest level of the brain disease. Eric Gay AP

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