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Is the death of football (and other contact sports) coming in our life time?
ESPN has a very long but good article on the difficulty of football and other sports to get insurance coverage especially at the youth level. Even the NFL, with all of its money, is finding it difficult to find insurance as only one insurance carrier is willing to write the policy. However, that insurance company has a very interesting perspective that football is not going anywhere because it is the life blood and gathering place of the community. Are we beginning to witness the eventual death of football, hockey and soccer?