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|The NFL will hold a career development symposium next week in Orlando Authentic Howie Kendrick Jersey , Florida. The symposium will be Thursday-Saturday, right before the league's annual meeting. Aspiring head coach, coordinator and general manager candidates will learn about football administration, operations J'Mon Moore Jersey Packers , coaching and scouting through presentations, panel discussions, breakout sessions and networking opportunities with club and league executives.
Among the speakers are coach Doug Pederson of the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter Authentic Taron Johnson Jersey , Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn and Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott.
Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill and Atlanta Falcons president Rich McKay are also among the 64 coaches and front-office executives from across the league that will take part.
The symposium was held from 1998-2008 and returned in 2013. Last year's event focused on engaging aspiring female executives.
The Carolina Panthers announced the sale of the franchise to David Tepper has closed. Tepper becomes only the second owner in team history. He started work on Monday.
Tepper, the founder and president of global hedge fund Appaloosa Management, L.P., bought the team from founder Jerry Richardson for $2.2 billion – the most ever paid for an NFL franchise. Richardson put the team up for sale in December after reports of sexual and racial misconduct in the workplace Josh Jackson Jersey Packers , which the league later confirmed .
Tepper said in a release Monday he’s thrilled to begin a ”new era” in Carolina.
NFL owners approved of the sale to Tepper on May 22 at the spring meetings in Atlanta.
The Panthers also announced Tina Becker, who was appointed as COO by Richardson in December, has resigned.