The NFL Competition Committee's plan to change the culture in NFL locker rooms begins today.
- TheMMQB.com's Peter King reported that the NFL will start its culture change campaign today with the Atlanta Falcons attending a one-hour presentation that will stop at all 32 teams. The sessions come after the Ted Wells investigation found harassment as an issue in the Miami Dolphins locker room last season.
NFL executive vice president and chief human resources officer Robert Gulliver will lead a three-person team and will meet with players, coaches and selected executives. He will be joined by former NFL players Patrick Kerney and Donovin Darius.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor