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When you really think about it, the game of football is all about intimidation.
It is recommended employers have an anti-bullying policy in place, addressing the consequences of employees engaging in threatening and intimidating behaviour.I will try to put the "more intimidating" players closer to 1) Don't let his vivacious smile fool you, Rodney Harrison was one of the most ferocious players of his time.He made a name for himself after being drafted out of Western Illinois by the San Diego Chargers in 1994, but he'll mostly be remembered for his leadership and big-play ability on the New England Patriots' Super Bowl-winning clubs of the 2000s.Harrison never shied away from a huge collision and always kept his mouth going.He's not the best safety in history, but during his prime, it was hard to find a more scary secondary member than Mr. It terms of intimidation, John Lynch and Rodney Harrison are very comparable.Furthermore, it is important for employers to have plans in place to identify and respond to cases of alleged bullying.
The longer the conduct continues, the more damaging it can be for the entire workplace and the more difficult it can be to address in the future.
There are a number of obligations on employers to provide a safe workplace free from behaviour that is classified as violent, threatening or intimidating.
While violence is easy to identify and should result in immediate termination, intimidating or threatening conduct is often less clear, poorly handled and goes unreported due to fears of worsening the situation or because of an established workplace hierarchy.
Let's take a glance at the top 40 intimidating players in NFL history.
Certainly a list worth debating...(Side note: After beginning, I realized it's nearly impossible to rank these players from 40-1, so this is simply a list of the top 40 most intimidating players in history.
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