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Nightline: Innocent Until... #648476

ABC Special for Friday, Jan 03, 1997

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  • Discussions with Aaron Brown (ABC), former Dallas (Texas) Cowboys coach Tom Landry, "New York Times" sports columnist Robert Lipsyte, pro basketball player Grant Hill, former pro football player Dexter Manley, and sports agent Leigh Steinberg re: the public's perceptions of professional athletes.
  • Taped excerpts of statements by Dallas Cowboys football player Michael Irvin and Dallas (Texas) Police Department Lieutenant David Goelden re: allegations of sexual assault against Irvin.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), pro football player Troy Aikman, "The Dallas Morning News" columnist Frank Luksa, radio talk show host Rick Roberts, former pro football player Thomas Henderson, pro football player Daryl Johnston, and unidentified others.

  • Reporter(s):
    Marash, Dave

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