How PR is ruining football

Money and greed on the parts of players’ reps and team owners alike are offsetting penalties—and off-putting offenses in the NFL game of public relations.

ProFootballTalk‘s Mike Florio says the latest snag—owners and players’ reps playing cat-and-mouse with financial information—is little more than public relations jockeying, with both sides sharing the blame.

Case in point: a recent blog post by player union rep Hunter Hillenmeyer. The former Chicago Bears linebacker writes:

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