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NFL agrees to reimburse U.S. taxpayers $723K for 'paid patriotism'
The league is returning more than $720,000 in so-called "paid patriotism" money that teams took from the military for things like video tributes.
NFL players wait to be introduced to the crowd before playing in a game.
By Corky Siemaszko
The NFL is reimbursing U.S. taxpayers more than $720,000 in so-called "paid patriotism" money that the teams took from the military to allow things like color guard displays and video tributes at pro football games.