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NFL Using High-Profile Ex-Players to Create Culture of Respect in Locker Room - Bleacher Report

NFL Using High-Profile Ex-Players to Create Culture of Respect in Locker Room - Bleacher Report | football ethics | Scoop.it
Bleacher Report NFL Using High-Profile Ex-Players to Create Culture of Respect in Locker Room Bleacher Report These conferences emerged as a result of a meeting in New York several months ago, which involved members of the union's executive...
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This article shows that ethics in football is a serious  topics and they have to find a way to teach the rules to the rookies. they tough that taking older football player to teach them what are the major ethics problems in the locker room. the three main topics were the gay player in the NFL, the hazing and the use of the N word in the locker.

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Coaching Ethics & Conduct | Youth Football | USA Football | Football's National Governing Body

Coaching Ethics & Conduct | Youth Football | USA Football | Football's National Governing Body | football ethics | Scoop.it

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Marc-Olivier Dumont's insight:

The coaches are them main reason why a football team will have a good sportsmanship or if they are going to be the bum of their league. I have already experience a football team that did not know whats sportsmanship was all about and it almost end up to be a general fight.

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Justin Hilliard's curator insight, July 18, 2014 10:44 PM

USA football has garnered national attention as it it the organization tasked by the NFL to train youth coaches in the proper techniques and ethics to be able to be a successful coach and to be a mentor to youth players within your organization.  To many coaches think that they can do things their own way and teach methods that were allowed over 30 years ago and that leads to more injuries to the youth players of today.

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Youth Sports: Code of Ethics for Coaches and Parents

Youth Sports: Code of Ethics for Coaches and Parents | football ethics | Scoop.it

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Marc-Olivier Dumont's insight:

As a former football, i think its really important for us to have a Code of ethics because the game might become unnecessary rough and degenerate into a violent confrontation that will eventually leads to injury. Its good that the coaches and the parent are as well following a code of ethics because everything they do will have repercussion on the field.

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Justin Hilliard's curator insight, July 18, 2014 10:39 PM

With the decrease of ethics in sports.  More and more leagues have become more insistent on having their coaches, players, and parents sign an ethics agreement that can range in penalty from being removed from a game and suspended for the next one to having all playing rights within that league removed for the foreseeable future.

David Foster's curator insight, April 27, 2015 8:06 AM

A great code for managers, coaches, and parents to not only live by but to teach as well.