Just because NFL players go to battle on the field, they do not tolerate bullying and use their exposure to do something about it. Mark Herzlich, Jr., Linebacker for the New York Giants joins TheStreet's Jill Malandrino to bring awareness to Characters Unite/GMC, a campaign dedicated to supporting activities sending messages to combat prejudice and intolerance while promoting understanding and acceptance. Herzlich also discusses why it is great to have the Super Bowl in the NJ/NYC area and who he thinks will come out on top.

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