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NFL Players, Music Business Boot Camp: Retirees Head to the Studio

AP Photo, Charles Sykes Photo: Ryan Leslie showing former Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Darren Howard around a studio. NEW YORK (AP) - NFL players are used to a profession that's tough and unforgiving. Now the league is trying to help some players and retired players who are looking to get into a business that can be just as hard -- music.
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