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Browns Host High School Player Safety Coach Clinic

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The Cleveland Browns will be hosting a Player Safety Coach Clinic in conjunction with USA Football for high school coaches on Saturday, July 8th at First Energy Stadium from 8:00am to 12:00pm. Participants in the clinic will be trained by USA Football Master Trainer and St. Ignatius head coach Chuck Kyle. The clinic is designed to prepare high school football coaches for implementing and overseeing the primary components of Heads Up Football in their respective organizations. These components include coach certification, proper equipment fitting, concussion recognition and response, heat and hydration preparedness, as well as Heads UP Blocking and Shoulder Tackling techniques. The program ensures that coaches are informed of the latest information regarding safety techniques and practices that will help get the most out of the players while enhancing their safety and experience within the sport.

The Cleveland Browns encourage all high school football programs to enroll in USA Football's Heads Up Football® program and attend the Player Safety Coach Clinic on July 8th.

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