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Committee check-in

Posted by Shalise Manza Young, Globe Staff  March 21, 2010 04:10 PM

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While the NFL's owners, coaches and general managers always meet in a warm locale for the league's annual meeting, some of them spend so much time in meetings that they don't get to enjoy the weather (though it was raining heavily for several hours here this afternoon and only recently did it stop).

There are 27 different committees, grouped into one of five categories: Football Operations, Finance Business, and Labor. Robert and Jonathan Kraft each serve on multiple committees, though neither is on the all-powerful Competition Committee, which seems to get the most attention at this time of year.

For the record, here are the committees, with a notation if either of the Krafts is a member:

Football Operations
Competition Committee
Subcommittee on College Relations
Coaches Subcommittee
General Managers Advisory Committee

Finance Committee - Robert Kraft
Audit Committee
Investment Committee
Employee Benefits Committee
Compensation Committee - Robert Kraft
Stadium Committee
Stadium Security and Fan Behavior
Los Angeles Stadium Working Group

Broadcasting Committee - Robert Kraft (chairman)
NFL Network Committee - Robert Kraft
Digital Media Committee - Jonathan Kraft (co-chairman)
Business Venture Committee - Jonathan Kraft
Super Bowl Advisory Committee
Hall of Fame Committee
International Committee
Legislative Committee
NFL Charities Board of Directors

Management Council Executive Committee - Robert Kraft
CEC Executive Working Group
CBA Player Benefit Plans Committee
Player Dire Need Fund Committee
Workplace Diversity Committee
Diversity Committee Working Group

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