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Harvard Study Looks At Ways NFL Can Bolster Player Health

Law360, New York (May 16, 2017, 6:03 PM EDT) -- Harvard Law School published a report Monday exploring the National Football League’s health policies and practices, noting that the professional football league has done a good job with player safety and suggesting areas of improvement using examples from other professional sports leagues.

The university’s Petrie-Flom Center published the 250-page report without input from the NFL, its players association or other stakeholders. It applauded many of the league’s strides in player safety, but noted that it could pick up a few things from the other major sports...
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