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The A7FL is a 7-on-7 tackle football league that's been around for a couple of years, where players where no pads or helmets. According to A7FL's CEO and co-founder, Sean Korkusuz...

"The response we have been getting since we have been doing this has been tremendous," Korkusuz says.

"Daryl Virgies is a guy who came through our league then went to a small college in Virginia, he just had his NFL pro day in the last few months."

As far as the safety of the players, competing in such a brutal game with no protection ... Sean had only one thing to say.

"All athletes sign a player injury waiver and all athletes must be 18 or older."
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JETigER93 months
I thought no one on the planet was more money hungry than NFL owners until I saw ex-NFL players file a lawsuit. Did I miss where a gun was put to the head of ex-NFL players to play.
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beantown93 months
They can't afford pads or something? This looks idiotic
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SportzIQ323593 months
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UGATiger2693 months
"What if we told you there was a full-contact tackle football league where ex and future professional players" Oh really? Future professional players? Yeah, I'm sure all those "future professionals" are willing to jeopardize millions of dollars to play what is essentially a backyard pick-up game on what looks like a high school field.
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