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Bernard Pollard has made quite an impression on the media in the week leading up to the Super Bowl.
On Sunday Pollard stated that he does not see a long-term future for the NFL.
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Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard believes the future of the NFL is in question because of the safety factor. See what he's worried about.
Ravens safety Bernard Pollard sees two things in pro football's future: death and disintegration.
"Thirty years from now I don't think it will be in existence," Pollard told CBS Sports. "I could be wrong. It's just my opinion, but I think with the direction things are going -- where [NFL rules makers] want to lighten up, and they're throwing flags...
Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard is one of the biggest hitters in the game, and a renown Patriots killer, so he knows a thing or two about the physical play of the game.
Clarke Judge of CBS Sports asked Pollard what he thought the game would look like 10-15 years from now, and Pollard said it would still be popular.
Then Pollard might have shocked and scared everyone when...
Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard does not think the NFL has a bright future. Pollard told CBS Sports recently that he thinks the league will go out of business in 30 years because rules changes made to make the game safer are ruining the sport, and the chances that a player could die on the field because players keep getting bigger, stronger and faster are increasing. ...
The National Football League is arguably the strongest professional sports league in North America. This holds true from both financial and popularity standpoints. However, one current NFL player doesn't believe the league will be around 30 years from now.That aforementioned player is Baltimore Ravens saftey Bernard Pollard. He cites player-safety concerns and long-term side...
Ravens safety Bernard Pollard has put a voice to what many people are fearing in the high-impact world of the NFL: Someone dying on field.
"The league is trying to move in the right direction with player safety," he told CBSSports.com, "but, at the same time, coaches want bigger, stronger and faster year in and year out. And that means you're going to keep getting...
During today’s Super Bowl media day, Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard admitted that he agrees with President Barack Obama about the dangers of football and says he doesn’t want his son to play football.
“I don’t want my son to play this game,” per Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun.
I can relate to Pollard. I have a five year-old son and I might let him play in...
Well, this is not what the NFL wanted during its glorious Super Bowl week: Baltimore Ravens defensive back Bernard Pollard predicting the league will be extinct in 30 years, brought down by too many rules policing player safety and fans turning away from a watered-down product.
Then there is the President of the United States on the eve of the New Orleans Super Bowl bacchanal, openly...
Baltimore Ravens hard-hitting safety Bernard Pollard believes the NFL won't exist 30 years from now because of player-safety concerns and the long term effects of the hard hits he and others put on players.
Pollard told CBS Sports' Clark Judge that he doesn't think fans
First Baltimore Raven Bernard Pollard and now 49ers CB Chris Culliver. CC told Artie Lange that there are no gays on San Francisco and that if their were - they would not be welcomed:
“I don’t do...
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Super Bowl week is beginning to resemble one of those family reunions where your crazy uncle says something outrageous, but just true enough to spark a discussion worth having.
Two years ago, it was Steelers linebacker James Harrison ripping the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell for excessive fines on the violent hits that...