NFL creates alcohol-free sections in some stadiums

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Drinking alcohol is often part of the equation for many people watching sporting events but for fans who don’t want to drink, the NFL is rolling out more stadium sections to support people who want to remain sober. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY.

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See Barbara Walters’ most memorable moments on TODAY

How US’s most damaging female spy betrayed family and country

NFL creates sober sections in some stadiums

Actor Jeremy Renner hospitalized after snowplow accident

Family of Idaho murder suspect speaks out

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