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Step aside, Alyssa Milano, the NFL has a brand new batch of female models the league is using to tout its new line of women’s apparel. And one of those models? Former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice. As part the marketing push to promote its new line of apparel for women, which features the tagline, [...]

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