Sitting in an office in West Los Angeles on Wednesday, Ryan Leaf talked via Skype to students from a high school baseball team in Texas, some of whom had gotten in trouble with drugs and alcohol. He told the students his cautionary tale, just as he has to many other young people around the country. The group was so transfixed and motionless during his half-hour talk, it was as if the laptop screen had frozen.
Ryan Leaf (RICK LOOMIS/ LOS ANGELES TIMES)
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