The locker room is still a workplace
It's time for unofficial codes to be replaced by clear, safer, enforced policies
Not every locker room in the National Football League is like the one in Miami.
There aren't out-of-control thugs in every locker room who allegedly think it's appropriate to hold team meetings at strip clubs or fondle a woman with a golf club or say vile things about a teammate's sister. There aren't guys who think that belittling and demeaning a teammate – as opposed to supporting and befriending him – is acceptable behavior.
True professionals populate many of the ...
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