Home Sports Chiefs players rank team among worst workplaces despite Super Bowl wi

Chiefs players rank team among worst workplaces despite Super Bowl wi

33
0
Chiefs players rank team among worst workplaces despite Super Bowl wi

The NFL Players Association recently released their second annual club report cards, providing insight into the workplace conditions within NFL franchises. The poll, which surveyed 1,706 players, evaluated 11 categories such as head-coach job performance and the willingness of club owners to invest in facilities.

Interestingly, the report cards were focused on how players view the workplace inside their franchises, rather than being correlated to wins and losses on the field. The Miami Dolphins topped the list for the second consecutive year, while the Washington Commanders found themselves at the bottom of the rankings.

In terms of individual rankings, Andy Reid was named the top-ranked head coach, while Josh McDaniels was ranked at the bottom. When it came to the owners, Stephen Ross received the highest rating, while Clark Hunt was at the bottom of the list. The importance of facilities investment was highlighted as a key factor in determining owner grades.

The NFLPA leadership pointed out that there has been an overall improvement across the league in various categories, indicating that teams were responding to last year’s report card. Last year’s report was the first of its kind in polling players on their perception of workplace conditions, and it seems that the feedback provided has led to positive changes within the franchises.

See also  The News Teller: Bengals Make a Strong Comeback, Ranked Among Top 10 in NFL Power Rankings for the First Time Since Week 1; Patriots Fall as Lowest-Ranked AFC Team
Previous articleSuspected Norovirus Outbreak at Colgate University with Over 60 Cases Under Investigation
Next article2024 NFL Mock Draft: Steelers sign Kirk Cousins and Raiders add Russell Wilson, creating fascinating Round 1

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here