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Ravens' Chris Canty Speaking out at Seminar to Prevent Domestic Violence

Defensive lineman partnering with Verizon Foundation, A Call to Men for seminar with coaches to prevents
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The Baltimore Sun gave readers a preview of what participants could expect from the April 16th, A Call To Coaches: Your Voice Counts training  - a seminar to help coaches combat domestic violence by teaching athletes to be men of good character. 

By Aaron Wilson

Ravens defensive lineman Chris Canty plans to deliver a strong message to hundreds of middle school, high school, college and youth coaches to try to prevent domestic violence.

NFL, General Electric Ally to Fund Concussion Research

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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell had just delivered a speech to employees of General Electric last fall in Columbus, Ohio, when he and GE chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt began discussing what could be done to make football safer, particularly the treatment of concussions.

ESPN Features New Training to Help Coaches Combat Domestic Violence

Carolina Panthers Head Coach Ron Rivera Teams up with Verizon Foundation, A CALL TO MEN and Sportscaster James Brown
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Written By: Bill Speros, Special to ESPN.com

Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera has a simple directive for his players starting on day one: "Be a man." 

Rivera has certainly earned his "man card." He was the son of an Army officer and played linebacker for Mike Ditka on the 1985 Chicago Bears as part of Buddy Ryan's ferocious "46" defense. He returned to the Super Bowl with the Bears as defensive coordinator in February 2007 and has been coaching the Panthers since 2011.

Guest Post: 3 Cause-Related Superbowl Ads that Made My Spine Tingle

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On Sunday night I was busy pinning cause-related Superbowl ads on this Pinterest board.

There were three cause-related ads in particular that got my attention and sent shivers down my spine (like a good commercial should!).

Baltimore Ravens Scored in Breast Cancer Fight

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I'm sure that Baltimore Ravens fans noticed the pink cleats, gloves, wristbands, sideline caps and other equipment the team sported during October.

NFL Buffalo Bills Honors Breast Cancer Survivors On-field

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The Buffalo Bills celebrated the BILLIEVE breast cancer awareness game sponsored by ECMC, honoring breast cancer survivors on-field during pregame festivities.

Watch video here.

National Football League Foundation Donates $50,000 To Provide Breast Cancer Services In Marion County

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IndyStar.com — The National Football League Foundation has donated $50,000 to provide breast cancer services to high-need communities in Marion County, as part of the league’s 

Gatorade Partners with NFL, NBA, and Major League Soccer; Nissan Gives $500K to Nonprofits; Bentall Kennedy Ranks #1 in NA Sustainable Real Estate - CSR Minute for August 2, 2012

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The CSR Minute is your daily video digest of the most relevant Corporate Social Responsibility news of the day. Our team of 3BL Media correspondents tracks the global world of corporate social responsibility to bring you coverage of the most important announcements, initiatives, issues, trends, ideas, and breaking news.

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The CSR Minute is your daily video digest of the most relevant Corporate Social Responsibility news of the day. Our team of 3BL Media correspondents tracks the global world of corporate social responsibility to bring you coverage of the most important announcements, initiatives, issues, trends, ideas, and breaking news.

New England Patriots Kevin Faulk and Matthew Slater Visit East Boston High School; Call on Students to End Widespread Relationship Violence

400 Students Join Slater in Taking the LIVERESPECT Pledge, a Commitment to End Teen Relationship Violence
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Kevin Faulk and Matthew Slater of the New England Patriots visited East Boston High School on Friday (Dec. 9) to lead Training Camps for Life – a program that educates students about teen relationship violence. They were joined by retired Patriot and East Boston High School alumnus Jermaine Wiggins and retired Washington Redskin Pete Kendall, a football standout at Boston College.

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Kevin Faulk and Matthew Slater of the New England Patriots visited East Boston High School on Friday (Dec. 9) to lead Training Camps for Life – a program that educates students about teen relationship violence. They were joined by retired Patriot and East Boston High School alumnus Jermaine Wiggins and retired Washington Redskin Pete Kendall, a football standout at Boston College.

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