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VILLANOVA, Pa. Danny Ainge Celtics Jersey . -- The court fight over NFL concussions should heat up soon as a judge in Philadelphia weighs the fairness of the proposed $765 million settlement. Lead players lawyer Sol Weiss expects the courts financial expert to advise the judge "shortly" on his view of the class-action plan. Senior U.S. District Judge Anita Brody has voiced concerns that the fund wont cover 20,000 retirees for 65 years. And critics believe the NFL is getting off lightly, given its $9 billion in annual revenues. "When you look at it objectively, it didnt matter how much money the NFL had, it was, Is there enough money to take care of (people)?" Weiss said Friday at a seminar at the Villanova University School of Law outside Philadelphia. The proposed settlement would pay as much as $5 million for men with the most serious neurological injuries, such as Lou Gehrigs disease. The awards would depend on a retirees age and diagnosis. Those with serious dementia would get $3 million, while an 80-year-old with early dementia would get $25,000. All plaintiffs would get cognitive testing, and follow-up care if needed. "Even if only 10 per cent of retired NFL football players eventually receive a qualifying diagnosis ... it is difficult to see how the monetary award fund would have the funds available over its lifespan to pay all claimants at these significant award levels," Brody wrote in January, when she asked for more actuarial details and appointed New York financier Perry Golkin to advise her. Weiss remains confident the fund is sufficient, and that most players will sign on rather than spend years fighting the NFL in court. The surprise settlement emerged in August, after several months of closed-door meetings with a mediator. "There were a lot of talks; they went on for a long period of time ... and the NFLs tough," Weiss said Friday. "We did get to a point where there was enough money on the table to take care of the sick players and their families, and thats the time we make the deal." Brody was expected to hold a fairness hearing in the coming months, when objectors can challenge the plan, and decide whether to opt out. "Those players and their lawyers who think its not enough money will get an opportunity to be heard," Weiss said Friday. Brody could approve the settlement, reject it, or perhaps suggest the two sides negotiate anew. However, the plaintiffs lawyers consider time of the essence, especially for families dealing with the dementia, depression and even violence associated with traumatic brain injuries. "These are profoundly injured people. Some of them are dead, and their families deserve compensation," said Weiss, whose lead plaintiff, former Atlanta Falcon safety Ray Easterling, committed suicide in 2012, a year after filing suit. "They forget things. They have a lot of anger issues. 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That said, he has two matchups with Jacksonville still on the schedule so if you’re desperate heading into in the playoffs, you could do worse. Shaun Hill’s big performance in Week 13 deserves a mention, but he doesn’t have the Raiders again on his remaining schedule so is likely not worth taking a shot on. Running Backs Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers (at New Orleans) Last Week: 12 carries, 85 yards; 2 receptions, 25 yards Panthers coaches appear to be the last to recognize DeAngelo Williams is out of gas, but a broken hand may do it for them. If Williams can’t go because of his hand injury, Stewart should get a decent workload and put up solid RB2 numbers. But if Williams is active the Panthers backfield remains a time share to avoid. Daniel Herron, Indianapolis Colts (at Cleveland) Last Week: 8 carries, 88 yards, 1 TD Any running back currently in a time share with Trent Richardson deserves to be owned. 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That he’s a borderline own has nothing to do with his talent – he’s shown already that he’s a legit talent – but rather (still) his involvement in the passing game. Moncreif is seeing more time than Hakeem Nicks as the Colts’ third receiver, but still not getting enough snaps to put up consistent fantasy weeks. Marqise Lee, Jacksonville Jaguars (vs Houston) Last Week: 6 receptions (8 targets), 75 yards, 1 TD The past two weeks Lee has been the leading receiver of a team known for their late game garbage yards. That’s a player that’s worth owning in most leagues. The second-round pick is loaded with potential too, and should only add to his first career touchdown catch gained last week. Steadman Bailey was on his way to a monster fantasy week before the Rams took their foot off the gas against a brutal Raiders team. Like Hill, Bailey likely won’t reach those heights again against the non-Raiders teams still left on St. Louis’ schedule. 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