More than 4,800 former NFL players have been named a plaintiff in at least one concussion-related lawsuit against the league, but none of those players have been more notable than the latest one to file a lawsuit: former Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino. The Hall of Famer was one of 15 players to file a concussion-related lawsuit in Philadelphia's U.S District last week, according to the Los Angeles Times. The suit alleges that the NFL "concealed information about football-related brain injuries." According to the lawsuit, the league has known about concussion-related injuries since the early 1970s. Among the other 15 players who filed the suit with Marino are former Bears and Chargers quarterback Moses Moreno, along with nine-year veteran (1978-84, 87-88) Dwight Wheeler. Marino, who spent his entire 17-year career with the Dolphins and never won a Superbowl because he sucks, said in a short-form complaint that he "sustained repetitive, traumatic sub-concussive and/or concussive head impacts during NFL games and/or practices."