In an extension of the ‘No More' movement, over two dozen NFL players participated in ads speaking out against domestic and sexual assault


Domestic violence and sexual assault are long-standing problems in the U.S. and around the globe that, until very recently, have not received the attention they deserve. But, in the wake of high-profile assaults such as those by Ray Rice, Ray McDonald, and Greg Hardy, the NFL is finally stepping in to help bring awareness and support to the issue.

Set to premiere during Thursday Night Football on October 23rd, as well as on billboards in Times Square, the No More campaign, in collaboration with the NFL, has created a series of PSAs featuring current and former players spreading the message of no more violence.

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