Dan Rather Narrates 'Rozelle's Decision-to-Play'

Publish Date: Nov 18, 2013, 09:39 AM ETDuration: 06:40
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Fifty years ago, NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle decided that football should be played two days after President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated -- a decision he called the biggest regret of his career.

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