FILTER BY DATE
5 results for "pop warner football"
A California Pop Warner coach is accused of running a bounty program, which allegedly offered cash to kids who delivered punishing hits to opposing players or knocked them out of games.November 30, 2012
Pop Warner player Donnovan Hill's life changed after one hit on the football field. Was tackling technique to blame?August 27, 2012
Jon Butler, Executive Director, Pop Warner football, discusses new rules the organization put in place this season to limit the amount of full-speed collisions and other contact allowed during practices.August 27, 2012
Trevor Matich, Jerome Bettis and Darren Woodson discuss the decline in participation in the nation's largest youth football program, Pop Warner, and how proper safety measures could make the game safer.November 14, 2013
Football is a game of collisions, even for children, and the long-term danger of concussions has become a national issue. Some parents, including the families of former NFL players, are re-considering whether it's worth the risk.February 04, 2011