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Sony edited “Concussion” movie for NFL, afraid to “kick hornet’s nest”


Posted On: September 2, 2015 | By Tamara N. Holder

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Yesterday, media expert Howard Kurtz joined Tamara Holder on Sports Court with his opinion on the impact Will Smith’s new movie “Concussion” would have on the already-bruised image of the NFL. We thought finally there’d be an unfiltered story about the NFL. Then the New York Times unearthed emails from the hacking scandal that showed the NFL and Sony worked together to tell a “dramatic story” but without “kicking the hornets nest.” So I brought Howie back to see if he has changed his opinion. Are we all fools — every outlet was reporting this movie was going to hurt the NFL — for thinking this was going to be something that the NFL didn’t touch?


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