Mexico City / 29.07.2021 13:18:24
Alfredo Gutierrez (49ers), e Isaac Alarcon (Cowboys), along with the players that make up the Player Pathway Program 2021, they will be able to wear the flag of their country in the helmet, during the preseason of this year.
It should be noted that the Player Pathway Program is a program established in 2017 by the NFL, which aims to integrate new players, born outside the borders of United States Y Canada.
This year, in addition to the two Mexicans, they will participate Aaron Donkor from Germany, My Lee from Japan, Yoann Miangue from France, Leonel Misangumukini and Bernhard Seikovits from Austria, Adedayo Odeleye Y Ayo Oyelola From great britain, Maximiliam Pircher of Italy, Sammi Reyes from Chile and Lone Toailoa from New Zealand.
“The program International Player Pathway offers athletes a viable route to NFL and an opportunity to further develop their skills, “he said for the page of NFL Damani Leech, director of international operations. “We are excited to welcome the class 2021 to the NFL and continue to grow the game globally, “he concluded.
The #NFL informs that during the Preseason the players will be able to use the flag of their country in the helmet (together with the USA), a good initiative of the league, they also represent their country in the competition. pic.twitter.com/bNKE5nOczz
— Game Plan (@GamePlanOficial) July 29, 2021
Isaac Alarcon He was already last year in this program. Another Mexican who has entered is Maximum González Sánchez, who participated in the generation 2019.