UFL boss: Omaha must give Clarett a support system

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Huyghue said he understands the public-relations risk his fledgling league would be taking by allowing Clarett to play.

“It’s important for us not to tarnish the reputation of this league,” he said, “but we’re also a league of second chances.”

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