As reported by ESPN, former running backs Jamal Lewis and Dorsey Levens, along with two other former NFL players, have filed suit against the league for allegedly concealing the dangers of head injuries during their playing days.

This comes just a day after the league announced new protocols intending to increase the efficiency of treating on-field head trauma.

Litigiousness is rarely looked among kindly by fans, especially when the crux of the case is, “you played football your entire life and didn’t realize your brain could be seriously damaged?” but people should remember that this isn’t the first lawsuit from former players against the league and it certainly won’t be the last.

Ray Rice certainly is making strides his direction, but as of today, it’s hard to argue with Lewis’ legacy as the Ravens’ greatest runner.