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By JEFF RICHARDSON and ROBERT BECKSTEIN | ESPN.COM ESPN.com – The NFL’s most recognizable name has never been one to shy away from a controversial topic.

The NFL has been on the front line in the debate over safety rules in the last decade.

The issue has been the topic of discussion for several years now, and the NFL is the first major sport to have to defend its safety standards and standards for its players and fans.

The league has faced criticism over safety standards that were set to be changed after a player died from a concussion in 2016, and that has led to calls for the league to rethink its approach to safety.

The league was fined $1 million by the NFLPA for not following through with the changes, which the league called an “unacceptable and inappropriate use of the Commissioner’s authority” and that resulted in an independent report.

In September, the league announced it was taking a new approach to making sure its players are treated fairly and that players are not put at risk when they’re playing in games.

The new standards will be applied to all teams, but the focus of the rule changes will be the players.

The NFLPA and NFL Players Association have argued that the league should not be in the business of making safety decisions, and it is now looking to a new model that is expected to reduce the number of concussion-related deaths.

“It’s going to require a change in the league, but not necessarily the players themselves,” Commissioner Roger Goodell said.

“The NFL will continue to work with its players to provide them with the information and assistance that they need to continue to participate in the game of football.

The players and their families will be a key part of this process.

We know that there are people in our community who are really hurt by this, who need help.

We are committed to helping them.

We’re going to work collaboratively with the players, their families and our other stakeholders to make sure that we are as safe as we can be.”

The changes to the safety standards will not affect the current season of the NFL.

The changes were announced on Wednesday, and teams will be able to continue practicing in games as usual.

However, some of the new safety measures will have to be phased in over time.

The draft will not be played this season.

Players have said they were not consulted about the safety changes and that the rules have been poorly enforced in recent years.

The rules were first implemented in 2000 and have since been updated twice each season.

The rules are the subject of a lawsuit by the league’s player union, which is seeking an injunction against the league and the leaguePA.

The lawsuit alleges that the NFL and the commissionerPA are “deliberately indifferent” to safety concerns and that there was “no evidence” the safety regulations were being followed.

The lawsuit was filed in federal court in New York City and has been pending since April.