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June 21, 2018
Daily Comet

Mannings returning to Nicholls for annual passing academy MOST POPULAR

Many people have circled Thursday on their calendar as the official start of summer. But for aspiring college quarterbacks, Thursday is circled for a completely different reason. It’s the official start of the Manning Passing Academy.
June 21, 2018
American Press

Football player safety goes high-tech

When the McNeese State football team takes the field for the 2018 season, it will do so with the Cowboys wearing some state-of-the-art technology on their heads. Less than two weeks after announcing a $100,000 donation to provide Riddell’s InSite Smart Helmet Technology to every varsity football player in Calcasieu Parish, The Lake Charles Memorial Foundation provided McNeese with a $15,000 check in the End Zone room in the McNeese Football Fieldhouse to bring the helmets and their technology to the college level in Lake Charles.
June 20, 2018
CBS 4 Denver

Free Broncos Camp Teaches Football Safety & ‘Proper Fundamentals’

The free, non-contact USA Football event, was held in partnership with Riddell and AIG
June 16, 2018
Los Angeles Chargers

Chargers Team Up with USA Football Protection Tour

USA Football and Riddell have teamed up for the 2018 USA Football Protection Tour. Stop 1 Costa Mesa, California and a visit to the HOAG Performance Center, training facility of the Los Angeles Chargers.
June 13, 2018
Land of 10

The promise that led to Iowa jumping to the forefront on helmet safety

Iowa was among the last college football teams to dump padded football helmets, and Greg Morris needed to say something. This was more than a quarter-century ago, and the Hawkeyes’ equipment manager wasn’t sold on the newer air-pressure helmets. Padding, he thought, had more potential.
June 12, 2018
USA Football, Athletic Buisness

USA Football's Protection Tour Connects the Fun of Football with Education

Indianapolis – Offering the fun and fitness of football to young athletes, USA Football’s 2018 Protection Tour will kick off its national schedule on June 16. The series of USA Football events, conducted in partnership with Riddell and AIG, delivers expert-driven football and player safety information to youth players, parents and coaches, including proper tackling fundamentals, concussion education and equipment fitting.
June 12, 2018
Cam Smith

USA Football kicks off '2018 Protection Tour' with youth events in seven cities

As the summer months bring football season ever closer, USA Football is kicking off a national schedule of free youth football events aimed at delivering safety information and training in seven different cities.
June 08, 2018
Elite Sports NY

Peyton Manning teams with Riddell for another year of ‘Smarter Football’

The great two-time Super Bowl champ Peyton Manning is teaming up with Riddell for another year of “Smarter Football.” The most critical thing for a youth football player when stepping out onto a football field is to have fun while also competing to try and win. But for coaches and parents, there’s another part of football that is very important and that is keeping the players safe while playing this great game.
June 07, 2018
Keep Me Current

Youth football gets safer helmets for new season

A grant from a foundation run by New England Patriots superstar Rob Gronkowski will help make youth football in the city a little safer. Westbrook Youth Football recently received a $10,000 grant from the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation to purchase Riddell Speed helmets for the youth tackle program.
June 07, 2018
Coach & AD

Riddell, Peyton Manning team up to offer equipment grants

Riddell today announced the launch of its annual Smarter Football initiative. Special for the fourth season of the program, Riddell and brand ambassador and strategic advisor Peyton Manning teamed up to unveil “18 in 18,” inviting teams to apply for 18 total equipment grants — increasing the amount from previous years’ ten.
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