Troy Vincent, the former head of the NFLPA, has criticized the NFL player's union for their lack of action in the wake of the domestic abuse cases in the league.
In a recent discussion with Congress, an emotional Vincent reveals a childhood experience that explains why the issue hits close to home for him.
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