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Default Football Players mortality

Roger Goodell says they live longer.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...tball-players/
Wondering if there are any studies in the profession, be they proprietary or not.

Is your mortality factor higher or lower in underwriting for active or retired professional football players?
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http://www.contingenciesonline.com/c...708?pg=41#pg41
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and you can get pension plan stats from here:
https://www.soa.org/research-reports...on-plan-stats/

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As calculated as of the start of the plan year by the plan’s actuary for funding purposes and reported on the plan’s Form 5500. Liabilities are computed using a 7.25% discount rate and the RP-2000 Mortality Table projected to 2006; the projection scale used is not reported
that's for the pension plan -- fwiw, they can take their pension as an annuity starting at age 35, but I believe the "normal" retirement age is 55
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