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NASCAR owner Joe Gibbs went through NFL labor problems twice during his Washington Redskins' coaching career. Now a fan, Gibbs doesn't want the game he loves to suffer through a long work stoppage that costs the sport popularity and prestige.
NFL Hall of Fame coach and NASCAR team owner Joe Gibbs has told a group of 600 South Carolina inmates that they can find a second chance in religion.