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While their men try to hone their gridiron talents on the field, the wives and girlfriends of pro football players sharpen their own skills behind the scenes when it comes to the power plays they have to use to get their guys the best agents, the best endorsements, the best merchandising deals -- even the "in" charity. And then there's the groupies around every corner, and the oh-so-helpful "image consultants" ready and eager to perform a makeover for any player in trouble.

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