Giants to participate in sixth annual Women's Forum
The NFL is hosting its sixth annual Women's Forum virtually on Monday, March 14 and Tuesday, March 15 as part of its ongoing, league-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. The event will connect 45 women "with leaders in the professional football space to provide insight and opportunities into open NFL positions as well as coaching, scouting and football operations."
The forum will include a long list of featured speakers, including NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Jane Skinner Goodell. One of the eight general managers listed as a featured speaker is Joe Schoen.
Brian Daboll, along with director of Coaching Operations Laura Young and Offensive Quality Control Coach Angela Baker, are also scheduled to participate as panelists at the event.
Additionally, Assistant General Manager Brandon Brown, Director of Player Engagement Ashley Lynn, and Vice President of Strategic Communications Jennifer Conley Escalante will all be participating in breakout sessions during Day 2 of the Forum.
As the NFL's official release states, "The Women's Forum aims to connect female participants with leaders in professional football. There have been 23 NFL clubs that have hired past Forum participants and over 200 opportunities have emerged for women in all levels of football since its inception in 2017.
"For the second consecutive year, participants will take part in the two-day event virtually. This includes panel discussions, breakout sessions and networking activities with owners, executives, coaches, industry experts and hiring managers representing organizations including the NFL and Women Leaders in College Sports. Most participants attending this forum work in entry-level college football roles and will learn what could be next for them in a career in professional football."
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The 2022 NFL Scouting Combine is officially in the rearview mirror.
The next event in the draft evaluation process is the pro day circuit. NFL teams will send representatives to different schools for another chance to evaluate and speak to prospects before the draft kicks off April 28.
Below is a look at the pro days and which schools have players on NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah's top 50 draft prospects list.
- Tulsa - OT Tyler Smith (No. 30)
- South Alabama
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