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Nightline #647916

ABC Special for Monday, Sep 05, 1994

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  • Live discussion with Cokie Roberts (ABC), former football player Phil Simms, National Football League Players Association Executive Director Gene Upshaw, and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones re: the issue of salary caps in football and other professional sports.
  • Taped segment with Armen Keteyian (ABC), football players Herschel Walker, Fuad Reveiz, Chris Hinton, Rich Miano, Michael Irvin, Baseball Players Association spokesman Donald Fehr, Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, Minnesota Vikings General Manager Jeff Diamond, Simms, Peter King of "Sports Illustrated", and Doug Allen of the NFL Players Association.

  • Reporter(s):
    Roberts, Cokie (ABC);
    Keteyian, Armen (ABC)

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