I Wish I Wouldn't Have Ever Played Football

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Join Former NFL all-pro defensive lineman Dave Pear now must use a cane to help relieve the pain and pressure from severe spinal injuries he sustained on the gridiron. Although he is fighting the NFL's system of awarding disability benefits to former players, he proudly wears the Super Bowl ring he earned with the Oakland Raiders in 1981. Also, join me will be Bobby Harrison, who lingered near death for two weeks after a football injury he received while playing football for Amite High School in Amite, Louisiana. Bobby collapsed when a blood clot obstructed the flow of blood to his brain. Both men are paralyzed today from those injuries.

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