Armen Keteyian is one of the most respected reporters in the world of sports, and now he's an Executive Producer. Keteyian is part of the Showtime feature film "Running for his life: The Lawrence Phillips story."   Rated TV14 • 90 minutes

"Feature length documentary examining the troubled life and tragic death of college football standout and talented NFL running back Lawrence Phillips, whose scars of childhood abuse and abandonment haunted him throughout his career."

The passion for this project is clear in Keteyian's voice when he describe's not only Phillips' life and his trials but also when he discusses the current stat of domestic violence in professional sports. I found it particularly fascinating when Keteyian explained letting the story and it's details decide how you the viewer feels about Phillips as a person. Does knowing his journey give you some form of understanding as to why he was who he was and why violence is such a big part of his life?