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    NFL to address player safety with Super Bowl Commercial

    Talent is God Given: be humble.
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    Re: NFL to address player safety with Super Bowl Commercial

    Seems like a waste of time to me.

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    Re: NFL to address player safety with Super Bowl Commercial

    The NFL is trying to win the PR battle against the growing wave of lawsuits.

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    Re: NFL to address player safety with Super Bowl Commercial

    Ray Lewis delivering the message may resonate with young athletes, since his toughness is beyond question. When I taught college English last year a defensive lineman wrote a paper opposing the safety rules being implemented, particularly those banning leading with the helmet. Other players agreed. Maybe some of this is aimed at that audience--and the one coming up. Attitudes change slowly.


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