NFL, Roger Goodell needs real solution to diversity issue | Pro Football Talk | NBC Sports
The NFL responded to the racism allegations of the coach Brian Flores and announcements improvements in the North American Football Profiliga.

The results of efforts towards more diversity are “unacceptable” in relation to the coaches, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wrote to the teams. The letter reported several US media.

Goodell announced that the measures and guidelines of external experts be reviewed and reassessed. “We see the need to better understand the experiences of different groups in the NFL family so that we can ensure that everyone gets a fair chance and treated with respect and dignity,” GooDell wrote.

This announcement comes a few days after the former coach of the Miami Dolphins, Brian Flores, the NFL and three teams sued for racism. Flores’ lawyers criticized the statements of Goodell.

NFL: Flores lawyers believe in “pr-gag”

“The statements made by the commissioners today are a good step forward, but we believe that it is more of a PR GAG as a real use to change. For too long, the NFL hidden behind foundations that actually hidden The rights of black players and trainers are intended to protect, and law firms who are allegedly independent and impartial, but be paid by the NFL. Meanwhile, systematic racism has been consolidated in the NFL offices, “criticizing Doug Wigdor and John Eleftherakis.

You would wish that Goodell is in contact with you so you could talk about “real changes”.