• Obama 'big football fan,' would mull barring son

    Summary of 15 articles · Updated Jan 29, 2013
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    • Super Bowl players and coaches debate and discuss Obama’s take on football

      NEW ORLEANS -- While San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh went comedic when asked about President Obama's recent assertion that he'd have to "think long and hard" before letting his son play football, if he had a son. The concerns about…
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    • Harbaugh brothers take on President Barack Obama over football views

      With siblings set to coach against each other in the Super Bowl, it would be tough to argue the Harbaughs are not America's first football family. Monday those Harbaugh brothers - John and Jim - exercised their right to strongly disagree with the nati
    • Jim Harbaugh responds to President Obama, says size of son’s head bodes well for football future

      Jim Harbaugh never stops sizing up the competition out on the football field - even if it doesn't really exist. He also has an interesting view on which attribute predicts a good football future. The San Francisco 49ers head coach was asked on Monday ab
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    • Ravens S Reed agrees with Obama's concerns

      Aldon Smith was among several players preparing for the Super Bowl who doesn't see anything wrong with their kids playing football.
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    • Niners respond to questions of football's safety

      Aldon Smith was among several players preparing for the Super Bowl who doesn't see anything wrong with their kids playing football.
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    • NFL should heed President Obama's concerns about safety issues

      Super Bowl week is supposed to be a celebration of professional football leading up to Sunday’s game and there are enough story lines - the Harbaugh brothers, the “last ride” of Ray Lewis - to make this a compelling seven-day buildup.
    • Would you let your son play football? Barack Obama weighs in

      Would you -- or for that matter, do you -- let your son play football? President Barack Obama, a major sports fan, has weighed in on football safety issues.Click to Continue »
    • President Obama: ‘If I had a son, I’d have to think long and hard before I let him play football.’

      The long-term impact of repeated collisions on the skull, health and psyche of NFL players has become one of the sport's paramount concerns, with lawsuits and allegations flying. Now, the nation's First Football Fan has weighed in ... and he's expressin…
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  • LeBron James’s off-the-cuff White House remarks highlight Miami Heat visit with President Obama (VIDEO)

    At this point in our media-saturated lives, we've seen enough athlete visits to the White House that a single random meeting of sports stars and our president does not register as a year-defining event. However, it's always notable when the NBA champion…
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    • President Obama honors Miami Heat at White House

      It's LeBron James' world, according to President Barack Obama. The President honored the 2012 NBA championship Miami Heat with a ceremony at the White House on Monday in Washington. Obama, the nation's First Basketball Fan, had plenty of prepared notes …
    • Obama concerned about brain injuries in football

      President Obama has weighed in on the subject of brain injuries in football, saying that as a parent, he’s not sure he’d allow a son to play. “I’m a big football fan, but I have to tell you if I had a son, I’d have to think long and hard before

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