NEW ORLEANS — Three black former NFL head coaches say the league needs to rethink its Rooney Rule for promoting minority hiring after 15 top vac...
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By Brad Biggs, National Football Post
Eight head-coaching vacancies and seven general manager jobs have been filled in the NFL since the end of the...
It is that time of year again for lists and the first one to catch my attention, in a negative light, was the Sports Business Journal's list of The Most Influential People in Sports Business.
The Rooney Rule is being applied today in a manner that conflicts with the objective established over 20 years ago.
In 30 years, a grand total of 27 African-Americans have been head coaches in the highest college football subdivision if you don't count historically black schools. The lack of progress in minority hiring is a disgrace.
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