Randy Maniloff Discusses Football Violence in WSJ
Randy J. Maniloff of White and Williams authored an Op-Ed for the Wall Street Journal in which he discussed several notable NFL lawsuits and the complex legality that surrounds violence in sports.
The piece specifically makes reference to a recent incident during a Browns-Steelers game in Cleveland, in which Browns defensive end Myles Garrett pulled off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and then used the helmet to hit him on the head.
Read the full piece here [subscription required].
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