VA Jr. Hornets Youth Football Post Season Training Camps; great work done by the Virginia Hornets of the Mason Dixon Football League..
Wilmington aims to carry a roster of 50 players - 10 below the Mason-Dixon Football League maximum. The players are not paid - an MDFL policy, ...
'Boro minor league football starting up
|The Daily News Journal|| - Mar 14, 2013|
MURFREESBORO - A new minor league footballteam in Rutherford County called the Middle Tennessee Honey Badgers will hold a tryout at 10 a.m.
PFRA Coffin Corner: Vol. 31, No. 6 (2009) - Semi-Pro or Pro? by Bob Carroll. A great article examining the difference between a semi-pro player and a pro player.
Outsiders II: Minor League and Independent Football 1951-1985 - by Bob Gill, Steve Brainerd and Tod Maher. Following the pattern set with Outsiders I (which covered 1923-1950), this volume covers the independent minor leagues of professional football from 1951 through 1985.
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Crossover Opponents Wanted: As part of a 2013 promotion initiative, the Empire Football League is seeking crossover opponents for non-league games on July 27 and August 10. Please visit website at www.empire-football-league.com for more details.
Opinion: The NFL Is Not Causing the Concussion Epidemic
"Epidemic" may be too strong a word, but concussions are the hot topic in sports, especially football. Recently at Super Bowl XLVII, commissioner Roger Gooddell was grilled about player safety and what the NFL is doing to protect its players. However, the NFL is not the problem. Here's why.............
Take An Inside Look At The New Concussion Technology That Is Revolutionizing Sports
Mouthguard Detects Head Impact In Athletes
Despite the medical advancements and spike in concussion awareness during the past few years, the ability to quickly and accurately detect head impact in athletes is severely lacking.
Helmets Preventing Concussion Seen Quashed by NFL-Riddell
With a device called ProCap, Bert Straus says he invented headgear that could reduce concussions in National Football League games. He never got the chance.
The ProCap, which took him eight years to develop, was gaining ground among players until he brought it before the NFL committee dealing with brain injuries. The panel disparaged Straus's invention, prompting the league to warn players they risked death wearing it. The committee was guided in part by the advice of an outside consultant who once testified forRiddell Inc. (0059072D), the league's official helmet maker, in an injury lawsuit.