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Learn more about Moms Clinics hosted by NFL teams


For the latest Moms Clinic information, follow @NFLHealthSafety on Twitter. Share your experiences at the clinics using hashtag #MomsClinic.


Moms Clinics provide a unique opportunity for attendees to learn firsthand from experts in sports medicine, hear from NFL club and USA Football representatives, connect with Heads Up Football Advisory Board Members and hit the field for drills. Centered on USA Football's Heads Up initiative, these free clinics stress the importance of league certification and tackling techniques.

Clinics typically take place at the host club or university football practice facilities and include current and former players, coaches and front office personnel.

Moms Clinics

April 28: New England Patriots.

May 16: Arizona Cardinals.

May 27: Carolina Panthers.

May 30: Indianapolis Colts

May (Date TBA): Houston Texans.

May (Date TBA): Tennessee Titans.

June 26: Kansas City Chiefs.

Previous Moms Clinics:

* Atlanta Falcons (Livingston, Montana)

* Minnesota Vikings

* Ohio State University

* Chicago Bears

* Kansas City Chiefs

* Atlanta Falcons

* Arizona Cardinals

* Pittsburgh Steelers

* Carolina Panthers

* New England Patriots

New York Giants

San Francisco 49ers

* Indianapolis Colts

* Oakland Raiders

* Cleveland Browns

* Denver Broncos

* Dallas Cowboys

* Chicago Bears

* New Orleans Saints

* Philadelphia Eagles

* Washington Redskins

* Detroit Lions

* New York Jets

* New York Giants

* Jacksonville Jaguars

* Moms Clinic at the Pop Warner Super Bowl.

Heads Up Football is a comprehensive youth and high school football membership program developed by USA Football and supported by the NFL and more than two dozen medical, child advocacy and sport organizations.

The initiative was launched in 2013 with a $1.5 million grant from the NFL Foundation. The core elements of the program are: coaching certification; Heads Up Tackling, which is designed to take the head out of the tackle; player safety coaches; proper equipment fitting; concussion education; and hydration and heat emergency preparedness.

In the first year of Heads Up Football in 2013, more than 2,700 youth leagues registered for the program, representing approximately 600,000 players and 90,000 coaches.

Youth football coaches can become Heads Up Football certified at any time. To learn more, visit

For the latest Moms Clinic information, follow @NFLHealthSafety on Twitter. Share your experiences at the clinics using hashtag #MomsClinic.

About USA Football: Indianapolis-based USA Football is the sport's national governing body, leading the game's development for youth, high school and other amateur football players. The independent nonprofit works with medical organizations and football leaders for a better, safer game and is the official youth football development partner of the NFL, its 32 teams and the NCAA's Atlantic Coast Conference. USA Football (, endowed by the NFL and NFLPA in 2002, is the sport's leader in coaching education and player skill advancement.


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