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Packers Calendar: Koonce Speaks at Concussion Forum

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Packers Calendar: Koonce Speaks at Concussion Forum

According to a press release from Marquette University in Milwaukee:

George Koonce, former NFL linebacker and current member of the NFL’s Player Engagement Advisory Board who earned his Ph.D. from Marquette in 2012, will join a panel of experts for the College of Health Sciences’ next “Marquette Presents” breakfast forum: Concussion – Societal Impact of Sports-related Mild Traumatic Brain Injury,” Monday, Jan. 28, at 7:15 a.m. in the third-floor ballroom of the Alumni Memorial Union, 1442 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee.

Koonce was a member of the Packers for eight seasons from 1992 to 1999 and a member of the Super Bowl winning team in 1996.

In the evening, the Oconomowoc Arts Center in Oconomowoc, Wis. will host an event called "A Night of Inspiration with Green Bay Packers Legend William Henderson.

According to a press release:

Henderson will be at the Oconomowoc Arts Center to share his perspective on respect, teamwork, family values, faith and community involvement during his speaking engagement followed by an answer and question session with the crowd.

Henderson played for the Packers from 1995 to 2006, is a member of the Packers Hall of Fame and, like Koonce, was a part of the 1996 Super Bowl winning team.

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