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Anthony Davis

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Former American football running back, he played in the World Football League, Canadian Football League, National Football League, and the USFL

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Robert Scheer sits down with famed USC and pro football player Anthony Davis and USC dean Jeremy Rosenberg to discuss how brain trauma from years of playing football forever changed…

Anthony Davis and the Repercussions of a Football Career

Robert Scheer sits down with famed USC and pro football player Anthony Davis and USC dean Jeremy Rosenberg to discuss how brain trauma from years of playing football forever changed…

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