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Sports: Baseball, Pro Football, Pro Quarterbacks' Injuries #118141

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 25, 1988
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Baseball game between Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees reported; scenes shown from SportsChannel. Pro football games between Buffalo Bills-Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears-Green Bay Packers reported; scenes shown from CBS Sports. Injuries to quarterbacks Chris Miller and Wade Wilson noted. Dangerous life of pro football quarterback featured; details given, scenes shown of injuries to various quarterbacks. [Player Bernie KOSAR, coach Marty SCHOTTENHEIMER, "The Sporting News" writer Hal LEBOVITZ, Cleveland Browns owner Art MODELL - discuss injuries to quarterbacks.] Scenes shown from ABC Sports of Browns playing game with third string quarterback. [Quarterback Mike PAGEL - comments.] [SCHOTTENHEIMER - comments on quarterbacks' salaries.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Gandolf, Ray

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