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The Big Book

Former NFL player Marcellus Wiley on the economic realities of football careers

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Oct 24, 2018
The game lifted him out of poverty, but he doesn't want his son to play.
Marcellus Wiley says he went through the rigors of football “fueled by necessity. I needed the money, I needed the opportunity, but my son won't.” Above, he plays defensive lineman for the San Diego Chargers.
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The Big Book

Former NFL player Marcellus Wiley on the economic realities of football careers

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Oct 24, 2018
The game lifted him out of poverty, but he doesn't want his son to play.
Marcellus Wiley says he went through the rigors of football “fueled by necessity. I needed the money, I needed the opportunity, but my son won't.” Above, he plays defensive lineman for the San Diego Chargers.
Stephen Dunn/Getty Images

Fantasy leagues are changing the way people watch football

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Sep 21, 2016
Former NFL player Nate Jackson talks fantasy football in his new book, Fantasy Man.
Nate Jackson used to play for the Denver Broncos, now he plays on a few fantasy football leagues. 
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Concussion fears spur demand for pricier helmets

by Marketplace Contributor Apr 13, 2016
As football faces concussion worries, helmet makers respond with safety features
According to a report by the Sports & Fitness Industry Association, participation in youth tackle football dropped 18 percent between 2009 and 2014.
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