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Dale Hackbart v Cincinnati Bengals, Inc Case Name: Hackbart v Cincinnati Bengals, INCCase Citation: 601 F.2d 516, (10thCir, 1979)Procedural History: The Plaintiff, (Dale Hackbart) was a professional football player that wasinjured due to one of the defendant’s (Cincinnati Bengals) player struck him intentionally duringa game. They both continued to finish out playing the game with no complaints of injury. Theplaintiff then later sued the team for his injuries. Trial court found in favor of Defendant(Cincinnati Bengals) against Plaintiff (Dale Hackbart) claim that Defendant (Charles Clark of theCincinnati Bengals) intentionally caused injury (neck fracture) during a football game against theDenver Broncos. Trial court made a statement that Clark was “acting out of anger andfrustration, but without a specific intent to injure.” Federal court judgment found by trial judgesfor the Defendants. The Plaintiff appealed to Federal appellate court: United States Court ofAppeals for the Tenth Circuit.