Lee Hawkins

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After star quarterback Michel Vick's prison term for  dog fighting , the National Football League is overdue for image enhancement.

NFL's Myron Rolle Chooses Scholarship over Sponsorship

After star quarterback Michel Vick's prison term for dog fighting , the National Football League is overdue for image enhancement.

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After star quarterback Michel Vick's prison term for  dog fighting , the National Football League is overdue for image enhancement.

NFL's Myron Rolle Chooses Scholarship over Sponsorship

After star quarterback Michel Vick's prison term for dog fighting , the National Football League is overdue for image enhancement.

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