Is NFL doing breast cancer awareness? The National Football League, the NFL Players Association and the American Cancer Society are teaming for the seventh year to support October’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with “A Crucial Catch: Annual Screening Saves Lives,” campaign, reminding women about the importance of having a regular mammogram and
Why did the NFL stop doing breast cancer awareness? The NFL quietly but dramatically has shifted the traditional breast cancer awareness focus to a broader cancer-awareness effort. This has resulted in the replacement of pink with a broader array of colors, as reflected in the league’s “Crucial Catch” logo.
When did the NFL start breast cancer awareness? Since 2009, the NFL has dressed up its fields, sidelines and players in pink every October to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer screenings and education in conjunction with the American Cancer Society.
Why is no one wearing pink in the NFL? Pink will no longer be the dominant color in NFL stadiums in October. For eight seasons, the league has partnered with the American Cancer Society to raise awareness of breast cancer while promoting screenings and education.