Amy Trask Talks Al Davis, Betting & Diversity in the NFL

Amy trask talks al davis, betting & diversity in the nfl

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Amy Trask Talks Al Davis, Betting & Diversity in the NFL” – below is their description.

On “Bloomberg: The Lineup”, Bloomberg’s Kailey Leinz and Damian Sassower talk to Amy Trask, former Oakland Raiders CEO and current CBS sports analyst. Trask is the first-ever female CEO of an NFL team.

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