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Watch PBS Frontline: League of Denial

Oct 9, 2013

Last night, PBS aired their full two-hour documentary League of Denial on Frontline and the accompanying book from Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru.
Thanks to PBS, you can now watch the entire movie in Full Screen mode by clicking on the Enlarge icon in the lower right corner when you move your cursor over the video as it starts to play.


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  1. Andrew
    October 25th, 2013 at 11:21 am #

    I am a high school student, and two of my friends and I are conducting a National History project on the responsibility of the NFL to protect the safety of the players, specifically concussions. Basically, our topic is who has the responsibility of protecting the players, should the NFL have to be responsible for the players’ safety or should the players have to protect themselves? We are siding with the position that the players should be accountable fore their own health and safety. As you most likely know, their is a large amount of controversy about the NFL fining payers and getting heavily involved in their safety. We feel that players should know what they are getting themselves into, so they should be responsible for the injuries that are caused. The documentary, League of Denial, is a large contribution to our project. I would like to know if you could help us out by giving us your opinion on the topic and providing us with good information. It would also be a great help if you could help us get in to contact with people who are knowledgeable on our topic.

    Thank you,

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