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"In this clip, Snoop Dogg talks about starting his youth football league and the impact that it has had over the last decade-and-a-half.
"Snoop also discussed the future of football, particularly due to the groundbreaking CTE research. He believes that teaching the game the 'right way' can help prevent many of the brain related injuries that come from football.
"Later on, Snoop revealed that many of the coaches for the Snoop Youth Football League are ex-gang bangers. Snoop talked about the impact that these men and their personal histories have on the youth that they coach on and off the field."
"Coach Snoop is a documentary series produced in part by Snoopadelic Films (yes I'm serious) which documents a season in the life of Snoop Dogg as he coaches his team Snoop's Steelers in the Snoop Youth Football League (YSFL)," the Daily Edge reports.
"In particular the series revolves around four young boys, Maximus 'Max' Gibbs, Jaylin 'J-Roc' Smith, Sammy 'Shady' Green and Aaron 'Tupac' Ulloa.
"Each of the boys is going through some form of hardship with Max's father walking out on him and his mum, J-Roc's mother being killed in a hit and run, Aaron losing his sister in a car accident and Sammy struggling in school while living with his grandparents."
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Posted on Apr 30, 2021