Concussions can happen in an instant.
Changing the culture around them will take longer.
Members of the Carolina Panthers visited Fort Bragg last week to take part in fun games with the children of military families and engage in some serious discussion with the soldiers on base.
It’s a conversation Panthers center Ryan Kalil hopes is going on across the nation.
Mothers hold great sway over their children’s lives.
School. Nutrition. Transportation. Friends. Bedtime. These are all situations that mothers research and plan to make the best possible choices for their kids.
So why not football?
For many women, football is a man’s domain – a place where they trust that dad or the coach knows what he is doing and are happy to watch from the stands.
Spring football practice started this month for high schools across the country, and teams are drawing up game plans for the heat as well as this fall's opponents.
Football players are 11 times more likely to suffer heat related illnesses than all other high school sports combined, according to a recent University of North Carolina study. To block heat illnesses, several big-time high school football states have new policies for practicing in intense heat.