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Former NFL Player Fights for Retirement Benefits

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Former NFL Player Fights for Retirement Benefits

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Former NFL Player Fights for Retirement Benefits

Former NFL Player Fights for Retirement Benefits

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Bernard Parrish played for the 1964 championship for the Cleveland Browns. Today, at 71, he's fighting on behalf of retired and disabled players to get what he thought was agreed to in the early sixties for retirement and disability. Parrish talks with Scott Simon.

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