The NFL has been forced to address a long-standing issue with its players and coaches, with players protesting against racism and sexism in the league, including some of their coaches.
The NFL’s governing body, the NFL Players Association, announced on Friday that the NFLPA has agreed to address the issue of racism and sexual harassment and will launch a new initiative to address it.
The issue was highlighted during the 2015 season, when several players went public with their struggles with racism, and the league has been trying to make a concerted effort to address racism and harassment in the locker room and the workplace.
But the issue has been difficult to fully address, with some players still fighting for change in the organization.
The players’ union announced the formation of a new committee to address issues related to racism and discrimination in the NFL, with the goal of addressing them at the highest levels of the organization in the near future.
The league said the committee will include representatives from NFL clubs, players and community leaders.
The group will be tasked with addressing racism and racism-related issues, including:The committee will also seek input from players and their representatives on racial and gender diversity in the game.
The NFL said that this committee will be led by the head of the league office of player engagement and the NFL’s former head of personnel, Jeff Miller.
In addition to addressing racism in the workplace, the new committee will focus on how the NFL addresses racism and other forms of discrimination against its fans.
The committee’s first meeting will take place on January 18, 2019, according to the announcement.