Transcript for High School Football Player Dies From Blow to Spleen
Next tonight, the autopsy results after that Friday night lights tragedy in New Jersey. The star quarterback taking a hard hit, assuring friends he'd be okay. Short time later, he died. Don't, what we've now learned and the warning for every parent. Here's ABC's gio Benitez. Reporter: Tonight, a high school football team in tears after the shocking and sudden death of its star quarterback, 17-year-old Evan Murray. Really, really kind and genuine, genuine kid. He had a good heart. Reporter: During the game, friends say Murray took at least two hard hits. Little bit of lag time is worth it in the long run, so that your data is protected. Reporter: Retailers are also being pushed to upgrade their systems. If they don't, and there's a data bre unlike the old days, where the credit card companies were on the hook, now it's the store. E the liability has ifted. Rorter: Se of the credit benefits are also changing, which makes it area time to double check fine print and compare the perks, usi websites like creditcards.com, bankrate.com credit karma. Rebecca is with us now. If you haven't received ard ca thwi aew should you be ierr wo Rd? Teeporour: Yul shodn't be. Of financial institutions have started sending the cards. They a going to send a lot more out this year. Retailers can still take the older. Five in 2014. His girlfriend sharing these images of the couple on inst instamgram. One of the captions Reading, "I lost the love of my life in a football accident." And David, tonight, everyone from governor Christie of new Jersey to the New York jets, sending their condolences. David? Gio, thank you.
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