NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is set to lead a special session at the 117th Annual National PTA Convention next month at Cincinnati's Duke Energy Center, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer's Joe Reedy.
Goodell's session is titled Health and Safety for a New Generation, and will begin the event starting on June 21. According to Reedy, more than 1,000 are expected to attend the conventions.
Goodell and the NFL have made an effort to help improve the health of America's youth with programs like Play 60 and Heads Up Football. This isn't the first time that Goodell has made a special trip to Cincinnati. During the 2010 season, Goodell answered fan questions in the parking lot at Paul Brown Stadium before the Bengals hosted the Steelers on Monday Night Football.
With the affects of multiple concussions in the spotlight, the NFL has made a large effort to not only make the game safer for professional football players, but for players at all levels over the last few seasons. What do you think of Goodell's efforts?