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The National Football League is taking action to better protect gay players from harassment and discrimination as a result of meetings with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. The A.G. announced yesterday that the NFL will promote what he calls a "culture of inclusion" for gay players and recruits and other prospective players. The deal includes hanging in locker rooms posters that underscore the NFL’s anti-discrimination policies.

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