Hall of Fame coach says NFL should not promote sports gambling |

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The NFL announced partnerships with FOX Bet, BetMGM, PointsBet and WynnBet on Monday — and one Hall of Fame head coach isn’t thrilled with the league supporting sports gambling.

“I really don’t like seeing this, Adam. When I came into the league the NFL had a stance against gambling,” Dungy wrote. “Now it seems like we’ve accepted it. I realize it’s legal now but we’ve all seen the damage gambling can do to lives. I don’t think we should be promoting it.”

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Even though Dungy doesn’t agree with the league’s stance on sports gambling, the NFL has made it clear that it will be a part of its future. Sports betting is now legal in over two dozen states and it’s expected to grow even more in the coming years.

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