Inside the plans for the NFL’s first diversity networking event

It was less than three months ago at the Indianapolis J.W. Marriott, and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Hall of Famer Tony Dungy were hearing the same things that so many others have heard the last few years.

Before them was a group of seven assistant coaches and seven executive scouting types who had interviewed for head coaching and general manager positions the month before. Male. Female. White. Black. And all had a similar feeling for why their efforts to land their dreams jobs had fallen sort. Which, really, matched the feelings of so many others who weren’t in the room on that cold winter day.

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