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Youth coaches, leagues and their insurers are already being sued in a number of places by players who suffered catastrophic injuries, and their parents. Last week, a 15-year-old named Donnovan Hill, who was paralyzed following a collision in a 2011, claimed in a lawsuit that he was taught an unsafe "head-first" tackling technique by his coaches that was prohibited by both the league and the Pop Warner governing body, but never enforced.
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