NFL: Suspensions could be answer to violent hits
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#1 Oct 19, 2010
While football is certainly a very violent sport, that is exactly its lure for so many fans. If you can't play the game with a certain level of aggression then it is no longer football. No one should intentionally spear someone with a helmet but if it does happen incidentally, players should not be subject to suspension.
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