The Untold NFL History of that Day in Dallas
Fri Nov 22, 2013
It was, he would say upon his retirement a quarter-century later, the one decision he would have done differently. Pete Rozelle didn't have many regrets about the critical choices he made in steering the NFL to the top of America's sporting life. But his determination to have the league play just two days after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas 50 years ago -- at the behest of administration officials and the Kennedy family itself -- remains a singular, searing memory.
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