NFLPA: ‘There’s no way’ to prevent language disability from impacting players

A union representing former NFL players has called on the league to take a more proactive stance against language impairment, including language that may have a detrimental impact on the health of its players.

The Players Association of America (PAA) issued the statement on Wednesday, following a series of recent incidents in which players have been charged with domestic violence.

The group also called for the NFLPA to work with NFL officials to address language impairment.

The NFL has yet to publicly respond to the PAA’s demands.

The league said it has taken a number of steps to address the language issues and to help its players with language and cultural competency.

The NFL said it is also working with a coalition of professional sports leagues to address these issues, including partnering with the International Olympic Committee.

In its statement, the PFA said it would “actively engage with NFLPA in the weeks and months ahead to further improve our understanding of these issues and seek solutions to help players and the community.”

The statement said the NFL and NFLPA are working on a number different ways to address this issue.

“We are working to address any issues or concerns you may have with the league and the NFLP.

We also know there are a variety of ways we can address this problem.

We are committed to working with you and your family as we do so,” the statement said.

The statement added that the league has worked with PAA to develop a new “language awareness and language training program.”

The NFLPA also called on NFL officials and coaches to “work with their teams to address specific language issues that affect them and the rest of their players and teams.”