A Racial Milestone for the Super Bowl

Two African-Americans will make history on Super Bowl Sunday as the first black coaches in NFL history to reach the big game. Doug Williams, who was the first black quarterback to win the Super Bowl, joins Alex Chadwick to talk about what it could mean for diversity in football leadership.

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