CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) Since 2014, the Atlanta Falcons have hosted their annual “Moms Football Safety Clinic,” but this year the organization decided to branch out from the Georgia border and travel all across the southeast region, including right here in Chattanooga for the first time.Ninety two moms came out Wednesday night to Notre Dame High School to learn more information on how to keep their sons and daughters safe on the football field.Former Falcons players and staff covered everything from equipment fitting, to concussion procedures, as well as the proper technique for tackling. With the latest criticism in football, the NFL knows how important it is to get safety information out to families, and how it has to start not only at the youth level, but with the head of the household.”They are the ones who make decisions” says former Falcons running back Gerald Riggs. “They are the ones who say go play and they have the last say so they need to understand too how safe people have been trying to make the game nowadays.””Moms will leave here today more confident about the things they can do to make it safer for their kids” says Master Trainer and former Falcons linebacker Buddy Curry.
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For the past year, I have been traveling across the country with an exceptional panel of speakers as part of a program co sponsored by the NFL and Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. It has meant so much to me to be able to share my story with other NFL wives and members of the public who struggle with so many of the same challenges I have encountered. Our program, the “NFL Community Huddle: Taking a Goal Line Stand for Your Mind Body,” comes to Baltimore today.