Monday, August 13, 2007

NFL cracks down on disruptive palyers

After a year of leading the sports world in criminal accusations and conviction the NFL is making an attempt to crack down and better educate disruptive players.

In his first year as commissioner, Roger Goodell has instituted very tough discipline tougher policy. In addition the National Footabll League is making efforts to educate their employees by adding a Conduct Management Program of eight mandatory one-hour seminars for rookies as well as any veterans referred by the league office. The NFL has chosen experts to conduct sessions on, among other things, stress and time management; anger management; impulse control; and decision making.

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