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NFL's Domestic Safety Message Heads to Super Bowl

Thursday, January 29, 2015

After a spate of domestic violence cases, the NFL has been airing PSAs timed to the big game on Feb. 1. Internally it is revising its player conduct policy and changing adjudication practices. "This is a long term effort," says one of its new safety consultants.

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