‘Pregnant’ NFL star has ‘extremely rare’ penis
The NFL’s first female head coach, a woman who had been coaching college football in the Midwest for more than a decade, will not be allowed to coach in the upcoming season.
NFL Network’s Alex Marvez reports.
In a tweet, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league was “deeply saddened” by the situation and is “working to ensure the integrity of the game.”
“While this is an extremely rare occurrence, we understand that it’s the nature of this sport and our values that we take the issue seriously,” Goodell said.
The decision by the league office in Chicago is not a surprise.
Goodell said in a statement that the league’s chief medical officer, Dr. Michael Mancuso, has reviewed the situation with the player, the player’s agent, and the team.
The decision to grant permission for the player to coach does not come without controversy.
On Monday, ESPN reported that the Minnesota Vikings’ Leslie Frazier and the Atlanta Falcons’ Brian Griese, a former NFL player, had been denied permission to coach.