Sports Do You Want The Shrill Voices and Feminine Sensibilities of Women You Don't Want to Fuck In Football

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  1. BrerJimmy

    BrerJimmy Well-Known Member

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    Cause that's what you're getting...


    Roger Goodell: Women will interview for open executive jobs
    SAN FRANCISCO -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday that the league will institute a Rooney Rule for women when it comes to all NFL executive positions.

    He announced the decision in opening remarks at the NFL Women's Summit, where roughly 250 men and women associated with the league are gathered to listen to a slate of speakers on issues affecting women in sports.

    "Last but not least, it's management, and when I say that, it's about diversity in our management. We believe in diversity," Goodell said. "We believe we're better as an organization when we have good people at the table. We have great people at the table. We're also seeing it on the field. ...

    "You can see that progress is being made and our commitment is, we have something called the Rooney Rule, which requires us to make sure when we have an opening that on the team or the league level that we are going to interview a diverse slate of candidates. Well, we're going to make that commitment and we're going to formalize that we, as a league, are going to do that for women as well in all of our executive positions. Again, we're going to keep making progress here and make a difference."

    The NFL's Rooney Rule requires teams to interview one minority candidate for each open coaching position. The rule was instituted in 2003 in response to the small percentage of minority candidates being named to head-coaching positions. The rule aims to force decision-makers to become familiar with candidates they might not otherwise consider.

    This past season, women broke barriers in the NFL when the league hired its first female official in Sarah Thomas. Last month the Bills hired Kathryn Smith as a special-teams assistant coach, the first full-time female coach in the league. A number of women serve as vice presidents at the league level, including those in marketing and public policy.

    According to the NFL, 30 percent of the employees in the league's front office are women.

    Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, whom Goodell introduced at the end of his remarks, addressed the issues that keep the number of women and minorities down in corporate jobs.

    "They keep looking in the same channels; they keep finding the same people," Rice said.

    Rice emphasized that executives can find people like themselves to groom for advancement, but they can also find people who aren't like themselves. She said if she'd waited to find a mentor who was a black woman and a Soviet specialist, she'd still be waiting.

    "Most of the mentors in my field were white men. They were mostly old white men," Rice said.

    Rice is a football fan and serves on the College Football Playoff selection committee. She also has said she'd be interested in serving as NFL commissioner.

    Tennis legends Billie Jean King and Serena Williams as well as actress and "American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks also are scheduled to speak at the two-day event. Goodell also said the summit likely will become an annual event around the Super Bowl.
     
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  2. Mark Mayonnaise

    Mark Mayonnaise You look like a tree! VIP

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    Guys who are emasculated by the fact that these women are better equipped do do these manly jobs than they are in 5...4...3...
     
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    Mojopin Resplendent in his frock

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    Put women everywhere.

    Who cares?

    I like women.
     
  5. HypocriteHowie

    HypocriteHowie Well-Known Member

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    The Rooney Rule for Cheerleaders.

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    This is getting God damn ridiculous.
     
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  6. Mark Mayonnaise

    Mark Mayonnaise You look like a tree! VIP

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    Then this thread isn't for you :jj:
     
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    reno VIP Extreme Gold

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    No problem. The Giants played like a bunch of girls last year.
     
  8. Ingens

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    Marci Turk will be an executive at NFL headquarters very soon.
     
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    She could not possibly fuck up more than Roger Goodell. What a goddamn douchebag he is.
     
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    sumtexan Consentido de Dios Gold

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    Cowboys fan? That's hot.
     
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    TallTyrion Triggered like a mofo

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    SouthernListen New phone who dis? VIP

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    Hey, as long as the jobs don't involve driving...amIright?