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Cheryl AbrigoPLST 201-BCase Brief TwoProf. Caleb SweazeyHackbart v. Cincinnati Bengals, Inc.,601 F. 2d 516 (10thCir. 1979)Procedural History:The Plaintiff appealed the judgment entered by United States District Court for the District of Colorado that was in favor of the Defendant ina tort action without a jury. Statement of Facts:Plaintiff a professional football player for the Denver Broncos, triedto block the Defendant who played for the Cincinnati Bengals during aplay. The defendant admitted that out of anger and frustration he hitthe plaintiff on the back of his head with his forearm. No foul wascalled, and they continued with the game. Plaintiff did not report theincident to his coaches or to anyone during the game. Plaintiff went toplay golf the next day but due to pain he couldn’t play. Plaintiff didnot seek medical attention, but he reported the pain and the incident tothe Bronco’s trainer who provided treatment. Plaintiff then went on toplay two subsequent Sunday games. After the Bronco’s released the