Legendary former Jets quarterback Joe Namath says he has health problems which he believes are the result of concussions suffered while playing in the NFL.

In an upcoming interview with CBS Sunday Morning, Broadway Joe claims that head injuries from his gridiron days have taken a serious toll on his health.

“I’ve been some through some things medically,” Namath told reporter Rita Braver. “I’ve seen some things on my brain. But I’ve had some treatment – and I’ve improved.

"None of the body was designed to play football. Excuse me, you know, football, we’re just not designed for.”

Namath joins a growing list of former and current NFL players who’ve experience serious side effects from concussions, which have been linked to memory loss, dementia and the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), among other conditions.

The NFL recently reached a $765 million settlement with more than 4,500 ex-players who filed sued against the league, only for a federal judge to nix the payout for being insufficient.