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Let It Rip: NFL "bullying," Detroit's newly-elected Council and Thanksgiving retail

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Part 1: NFL "bullying"

The panel takes a closer look at bullying in the NFL after a lineman for the Miami Dolphins is refusing to play and his teammate has been suspended, on account of bullying. Is it really all part of the game?

On the panel:

Anthony Ianni, Anti-bully advocate
Drew Sharp, Free Press sports columnist
Fox 2 Sports' Dan Miller, also the voice of the Detroit Lions

Part 2: Detroit's newly-elected Council

Some of the newly-elected faces joining Detroit City Council take center stage on the Let It Rip roundtable. They discuss what they hope to accomplish.

Scott Benson, District 3
Mary Sheffield, District 5
Gabriel Leland, District 7

Part 3: Thanksgiving retail

Fox 2's Charlie Langton takes Let It Rip on the road to find out how metro Detroit really feels about retail stores opening on Thanksgiving.

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