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New York Jets' linebacker Bart Scott tackles Buffalo Bills' Jonathan Stupar.  Scott told a New Jersey paper that getting rid of two-a-day practices would make the NFL "soft."  (AP)
New York Jets' linebacker Bart Scott tackles Buffalo Bills' Jonathan Stupar. Scott told a New Jersey paper that getting rid of two-a-day practices would make the NFL "soft." (AP)

The league and players are putting the finishing touches on the new NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement...at least we hope they are.  Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce and Bill Littlefield discuss whether a provision that gets rid of two-a-day practices during training camp will make football "soft."  Also, the Ivy League limits their schools to just two full contact practices a week, in an effort to protect players from the effects of multiple concussions.  And, Charlie weighs in on a new "strategy" for Demolition Derby drivers.

This segment aired on July 23, 2011.

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