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Jake Walker (Ryan McPartlin) stars as an injured football star. While his knee can be treated by surgery, his emotional scars, caused by poor family relationships, can only be helped by tackling his past. This made for TV movie airs September 3, 2011 at 8/7c on NBC.
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Game Time: Tackling the Past is rated Not Rated
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Violence: Scenes of football action include some hard hits and tackles. A man deals with a painful injury. Family members experience some tense moments and exchange words during arguments. A man undergoes some medical procedures in a hospital. An injured player is taken off the football field in an ambulance.
Sexual Content: A woman wears tight clothing. Couples kiss.
Language: Some brief name-calling is included in the script.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Athletes and their guests are shown with drinks at a social gathering.
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