High school football coaches learn new techniques to help young players

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (March 30, 2014) —  High school football coaches were the students on Sunday as they learned new techniques to keep their players safe on the field.

USA Football master trainers in Indy over the weekend for ‘Heads Up’ football training, the goal is to take what the coaches learn back to their young players.

The coaches learned about tackling techniques to help reduce helmet to helmet contact and how to handle heat and hydration, with special emphasis on concussion prevention.

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