Together with the NFL's coach and general manager hiring cycle today in full swing, there is a feeling of confidence in these early phases of the procedure about the hunts being more varied and inclusive than anything we have seen in the last several decades. It is much too preliminary to Mut 21 coins make any proclamations, but during the initial interviews for candidates not under NFL contracts, owners appear to be performing a more-than-cursory job of meeting varied candidates, and there's a growing awareness among former and current NFL executives, training representatives, and among the candidates of color themselves that 2021 can in reality be reflective of the composition of the NFL's locker rooms.

I'd call it cautious confidence, as NFL teams start to submit formal request slips to interview coach and GM candidates. Along with Rod Graves, head of the Fritz Pollard Alliance, which operates with the NFL in the pursuit of greater diversity in the coaching and management positions.

"A great deal of credit goes to (Commissioner) Roger Goodell and (VP of football operations) Troy Vincent for the feeling of urgency that has developed about this problem over the previous 8-to-12 months."

There is not anything to champion until we see the final results of those searches, but it seems more than lip service has been paid to The Rooney Rule, and there's a sense within the groups doing the hiring which the time for words is over -- that this league has to be equitable in who gets to sit in positions of power inside the game, and, ultimately, just the owners themselves can change that.

Knowledgeable coaches like Marvin Lewis and executives such as Rick Smith seem very poised at this stage to buy Madden 21 coins have a valid opportunity with multiple teams.