The NFL Head Trauma litigation resulted in an uncapped settlement in record speed. Unfortunately, as that settlement has been pending in the appeals court, an unusual and disheartening number of players are changing counsel. Some players have left our firm for other lawyers, and some have come to us and requested that we replace their current lawyers. But most players change counsel because lawyers, unconnected to this case at the beginning, have improperly solicited players to leave their original lawyers. Sadly, the lawyers who are doing this are new to the litigation and were uninvolved in the extraordinary efforts that brought the cases in 2011 and 2012 and developed the viable, large, and uncapped settlement for the players. To be clear, these new lawyers entered the litigation after Judge Brody approved the settlement. None of them understand the science, diagnostics, and requirements of the settlement agreement as well as the men and women who filed the first cases, consolidated those cases before Judge Brody, and brought the NFL to the negotiating table. In our opinion, they are opportunists, and we caution all players to beware of what they are selling.