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Hideous Outcomes Could Await NFL

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Truth can be an inconvenient thing and perhaps no more so than Bernard Pollard’s bleak assessment of the NFL’s future days before the Super Bowl’s glitz is unleashed.

“The only thing I’m waiting for and, Lord, I hope it doesn’t happen is a guy dying on the field,” the Baltimore Ravens safety told CBS Sports recently. “We’ve had everything else happen there except for a death. We understand what we signed up for and it sucks.

“Like I said, I pray it never happens, but you’ve got guys who are...

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