Football stars talk about abortion in 1989 video
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Football stars talk about abortion in 1989 video

More than two decades before Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow filmed a Super Bowl ad about his mother's decision to continue a risky pregnancy, other football greats went in front of the cameras for a cause they believed in. In this 1989 video "Champions For Life," created for the antiabortion American Life League, members of the 1987 Super Bowl champion New York Giants--including Phil Simms and Mark Bavaro--offer their views on abortion. (Video courtesy of the American Life League)

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