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06/27/2007

Comments

Eric Angevine

This is the subplot of the NFL that sickens me the most. As the top-earning sport in America, the NFL can do a lot more to help its own.

Big Al

4%? I find that impossible to believe. It's criminal that the richest and most influential sports league in the US does so little for those whose backs they rode upon, then tossed aside like pieces of meat, to get to this point.

fredbeene

disability meaning they cant work ANY job?

sure some have true disabilities..but some could just be unprepared for life after football...

i think 4% sounds about right to me......shouldn't be hard for NFL to prove.

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