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what my point is youngster, is that these  players knew what they were getting into when they went into football instead of basket weaving.;  They saw other players getting bad concussions and all they can see is the big payday at the end.  They need to be partially accountable, like people that smoke cigarettes and get cancer and then blame everything on the tobacco companies and take no accountability for their actions.  There are so many examples

It was a good documentary and I hope it shows that football is eating itself up from the inside out.  

9 months, 3 weeks ago on The 9 most powerful moments from "League of Denial"

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what my point is youngster, is that these  players new what they were getting into when they went into football instead of basket weaving.;  They saw other players getting bad concussions and all they can see is the big payday at the end.  They need to be partially accountable, like people that smoke cigarettes and get cancer and then blame everything on the tobacco companies and take no accountability for their actions.  There are so many examples

9 months, 3 weeks ago on The 9 most powerful moments from "League of Denial"

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I think that the football PLAYERS  know a little more than they are willing to confess up to.  They are going to potentially make millions of dollars and in many cases they made millions of dollars and now they are saying they didn't  know football was dangerous.  Come on.  Don't blame everything on the NFL..  When an Iron Worker falls off a 50 story building, remember he was getting hazardous pay for being up in the air that far.  You could say football players are getting a much better hazardous pay for playing the game

9 months, 3 weeks ago on The 9 most powerful moments from "League of Denial"

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