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High School Football / Tackling Rules #1128372

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 22, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Ron Mott) California’s new law that limits the time high school players can play tackle football in an effort to reduce head injuries, including concussions, featured; details given about the full-contact practice restrictions and the strict rules in Texas. [MAN – says the spirit of the rule is to keep kids safe.] [FATHER – says it puts his son in jeopardy.] [Former NFL player Brett FAVRE†- says if he had a son he’d be leery of him playing.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Mott, Ron
Duration:
00:02:00

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