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The NFL is taking the issue of exploitation of young Asian-American female athletes and using it to draw attention to an industry that’s not always seen as a positive thing for young people.

The league released a statement Wednesday that says it’s concerned by the exploitation of Asian-Americans, and that it’s working with “law enforcement and our community partners to help us protect the rights of our young people, particularly those in our communities of color.”

The league is also taking steps to make sure young Asian American athletes know that their lives are under threat, the league said.

The statement, released through the NFL Players Association, was released a day after two former players from the Baltimore Ravens filed a civil rights lawsuit against the league and four former NFL employees in Los Angeles County.

The NFL declined to comment on the lawsuit.

In the lawsuit, the former players say they were repeatedly harassed, physically abused and humiliated in an effort to obtain a contract.

One of the players, DeAndre Hopkins, said in the lawsuit that he was sexually assaulted by another NFL employee who told him that “we will make you a star” if he agreed to have sex with him, the Los Angeles Times reported.

In an interview with The Associated Press, Hopkins said the abuse was “disgusting,” and that he had “never felt like I was being targeted, but I never thought I’d feel like that in my life.”

The lawsuit also said that one of the Ravens players, Terrance West, was subjected to racial slurs during a practice.

A spokesman for the NFLPA said in a statement that the league is aware of the allegations and has worked with law enforcement on this matter.

The NFL said it is “working to address the issue” and said it’s “committed to protecting our players and teams and working with the law enforcement to ensure these types of incidents don’t happen again.”

The league’s statement said the league “strongly condemns any form of sexual harassment or violence and will actively pursue justice” for the alleged victims.

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