Sports Gambling The NFL will not allow a Las Vegas tourism commercial to air during the Super Bowl. The league does not want imply any links to gambling. Commentator Frank Deford says the National Football League, and other professional sports in the United States, are too paranoid about gambling.

Sports Gambling

Sports Gambling

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The NFL will not allow a Las Vegas tourism commercial to air during the Super Bowl. The league does not want imply any links to gambling. Commentator Frank Deford says the National Football League, and other professional sports in the United States, are too paranoid about gambling.

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