January 24, 2013
Racial inequality remains in NFL hirings
By BILL LANKOFF, QMI Agency

Hue Jackson is believed to be a candidate for the Cowboys' offensive co-ordinator position now that the play-calling has been taken away from head coach Jason Garrett. (REUTERS)

Racial equality in sports has come a long way, but too often the discussion still comes down to black and white.

The NFL instituted the Rooney Rule to help change that.

It mandated that teams interview at least one minority candidate for every head coach or general manager vacancy.



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