When we protect our athletes,
we protect 

From completing high-intensity drills at home to scoring a touchdown, football relies on quick reflexes, physical strength, and a dedication to teamwork. Whether starting the play as the center, catching a throw as a wide receiver, or using your unique skills as a kicker, every team member is valuable. When we protect our football players, we keep this sport safe and healthy for all.

If you or someone you know has experienced misconduct or abuse in football, please access these resources for help. For additional information on confidential helplines, sexual assault reporting procedures, and mental health resources, click the button below.

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