Toi Cook

retired NFL player

Toi Cook on KCRW

This month, the NFL announced it would end its practice of “race norming.”

NFL ends ‘race norming,’ a practice that made it tougher for Black players to qualify for legal settlement

This month, the NFL announced it would end its practice of “race norming.”

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