NFL Players Say 'No More' to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Powerful PSAs

Addressing the league's crisis


Nearly two dozen current and former National Football League stars appear in powerful new PSAs condemning domestic violence and sexual abuse.

They look straight into the camera as they say "No more" to excuses and rationalizations that perpetuate the problem. These include "Boys will be boys," "He just has a temper," "Why doesn't she just leave?" and "She was asking for it."

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning bookends a 60-second clip, which also features league exec Troy Vincent and Pittsburgh Steelers star William Gay, both of whom have suffered abuse tragedies in their lives.

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