In this 2012 photo, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell posed with youth football players from the Akron Parents Pee Wee Football League after they received new helmets in Akron, Ohio. These youth football players are among thousands nationwide who were included in a youth safety and helmet replacement program, partially sponsored by the NFL.
In this 2012 photo, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell posed with youth football players from the Akron Parents Pee Wee Football League after they received new helmets in Akron, Ohio. These youth football players are among thousands nationwide who were included in a youth safety and helmet replacement program, partially sponsored by the NFL. File photo by Gene J. Puskar The Associated Press
In this 2012 photo, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell posed with youth football players from the Akron Parents Pee Wee Football League after they received new helmets in Akron, Ohio. These youth football players are among thousands nationwide who were included in a youth safety and helmet replacement program, partially sponsored by the NFL. File photo by Gene J. Puskar The Associated Press

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