The locker room is still a workplace

It's time for unofficial codes to be replaced by clear, safer, enforced policies

Originally Published: November 9, 2013
By Ashley Fox | ESPN.com

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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