Found June 13, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
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Dear Mr. Roger Goodell, Last season I brought to your attention that the NFL photo store was selling pictures of a concussed Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy sitting on the ground following the hit made by Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison in the fourth quarter of the week 14 game. You do remember that play, don't you? It was the one that resulted in you suspending Mr. Harrison for one game as repeat offender of illegal hits, if you need your memory jogged. Shortly after making you aware of this situation, the photos were quickly pulled and your league spokesman, Greg Aiello, Read more [...]
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