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What do the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson controversies mean for the NFL?




Punter Ray Guy, No. 8 of the Los Angeles Raiders, kicks the ball past the Denver Broncos' rush during a 1985 game. Guy has officially been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Punter Ray Guy, No. 8 of the Los Angeles Raiders, kicks the ball past the Denver Broncos' rush during a 1985 game. Guy has officially been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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Last week was a tough one for the NFL — from the Ray Rice domestic violence incident to Adrian Peterson's indictment for child abuse charges.

And yet, the season rolls on as fans continue to pack stadiums, buy jerseys and keep their eyes glued to the TV screen on Sundays. 

Sports agent Leigh Steinberg, who has represented professional football players for decades, joins Take Two for a discussion about what the recent controversies mean for the NFL.



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