Rooney Rule

NFL’s Rooney Rule Improves, But Needs More

Owners of the NFL approved of new amendments to be added into the Rooney Rule Tuesday. https://twitter.com/DanGrazianoESPN/status/1262814131171864577 The league now requires teams to interview at least two candidates from outside their franchise for a head coaching job. It also requires at least one minority candidate to interview for coordinator roles. Teams also can't deny assistant coaches and executives from interviewing for a coordinator role or assistant manager role. A number of executive roles are included in the rule to interview minorities or female candidates.

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