One key talking point at the NFL Rookie Symposium this week in Aurora, Ohio, is respect in the workplace.
"You have to (find a balance), in uniform, you have to understand, but when you're Superman and you have to rescue somebody -- you know what you have to do," Ebron said. "Now, when you're Clark Kent, you're Clark Kent. You're business, professional and all of those things."
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"It's a big deal altogether because growing up that's all we used to hear: Respect others the way you want to be respected. Or treat others the way you want to be treated," he said. "Respect is a big deal. Even if it's on the field or off the field, it's a big deal at the end of the day."
The 17th Rookie Symposium includes panels and guest speakers focusing on four core principles: NFL history, total wellness, professional experience and workplace conduct.
NFC rookies are meeting in Aurora until June 25th. AFC rookies then ascend on the Ohio city through the 28th.