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Bob Costas: Future of Football Looks Bleak

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Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()

Bob Costas said Tuesday that the future of football in the United States looks bleak in light of the brain research done on athletes who have played the game, saying he would not let his son play, USA Today reported.
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News video: Bob Costas Says Playing Football 'Destroys People's Brains'

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Longtime sports broadcaster Bob Costas said recently the future of football in the United States is not bright.

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