As his NFL concussion lawsuit lingers, Schweigert conflicted by sport he loves

Stuart Schweigert raced through Indianapolis International Airport, with anger and anxiety fueling each of his long, smooth strides. Running was always his special gift, even from a young age. As a senior at Heritage High School, he won a Michigan state championship in the 100-meter dash. He used that quickness to become a ball-hawking safety at Purdue, setting a school record with 17 career interceptions. His 4.47 in the 40-yard dash was a major reason the Oakland Raiders drafted him in the third round of the 2004 draft.