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[/cs_text][cs_text]Sports and Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Mitch Abrams joins The MindSide Podcast this week. Abrams is the author of Anger Management in Sport.  He’s also a leading expert in sexual assault and violence in athletes.

With questions over hits in the NFL being intentional it made us think, are they? Are athletes coming into the game with too much anger? How do they find balance? We explore that and more on The MindSide podcast.

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