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Walkers hearing protection is coming soon to US football, as part of a broader move to ensure the integrity of the game.

The hearing protection device will be installed on every player’s hearing protection.

The players will be required to wear it while walking and to wear the device during the games, according to the National Football League.

The device will also be installed at stadiums.

The NFL has already introduced hearing protection devices for players during games.

There will be no hearing protection for a player during a game, so the device is not mandatory. 

The device will replace the current hearing protection that players wear at home and away, which is designed to provide protection against head trauma and sound from outside the stadium. 

As part of the hearing protection program, the NFL is looking to install at least three additional hearing protection items in stadiums across the league, according the league.

The first hearing protection will be in San Diego and Washington, D.C. Next, the first hearing device will go to Oakland, and the next hearing device is expected to go to Denver. 

If Congress approves the bill, the league will be able to deploy a maximum of eight hearing protection elements at stadiums in 2017. 

At this point, there is no timeline for when the devices will go into use, but the league is expected in 2019 to begin testing the hearing device. 

For players, the hearing devices will also help protect them from the potential for concussion, which has been linked to hearing loss in some players. 

In order to protect the hearing, the device will include a specially designed earpiece.

The earpiece is connected to a pair of speakers and has a built-in microphone that the player can hear. 

Players also will be given an audio monitor in their ear. 

With the hearing protector in place, players are able to hear what the referee is saying and hear a sound effect, according to the league’s statement.

The team that is in charge of ensuring players are protected from concussion will be responsible for the player’s protection from noise, according a source with knowledge of the program. 

“The NFL’s policy is to provide all players with a hearing protection system that is designed for their needs, whether that be protecting them from noise from the outside or noise from their own head, and it is a safe and effective system,” the source said. 

A second hearing protection element is expected later this year, which will be more in line with hearing protection measures already in place for the game’s players.

In addition to hearing protection gear, the team will be using a microphone to measure the impact from any ball hit, and will be wearing ear plugs to protect players from the effects of concussions. 

Currently, players can only wear hearing protection if they have a hearing aid that measures at least 10 decibels.

The new hearing protection should help players to withstand sounds louder than the noise of the football. 

While the hearing aids will help players with hearing loss, they will not protect players against the loudness of the noise.

The noise of a football game will only cause hearing damage if the sound is too loud, or if players are exposed to the noise while playing. 

Under the hearing protector policy, players will also have to wear hearing aids in order to play if they are not able to wear a hearing device, but if they wear a device, they can still hear the referee. 

 The hearing protectors will be placed on players’ feet in front of the players, so they can see what the officials are saying and can hear a whistle. 

All players will wear hearing protect and they will wear the hearing shield, which should not be a distraction. 

According to the league and sources familiar with the hearing protections, the new hearing protecters will not be the first for a long time.

Last year, the NHL introduced hearing protect for all players, but it was only for the players who were in their prime at the time, the source told CNN. 

Earlier this year at the Super Bowl, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell introduced hearing protector ear plugs for players at the end of the season, but those ear plugs had to be removed before the end-of-season game because of concerns about player safety. 

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Hearings today: Cros Hearing Aid Hearing schedule

The Department of Justice has announced the next scheduled open hearing on October 17, 2018 in the case of an American woman who sued her employer over the removal of her hearing aid.

According to a Department of Labor (DOJ) press release issued Monday, a federal jury will be able to hear testimony from the National Association of Manufacturers, the Association of Home Builders, and the National Home Builder Association (NHBA).

The hearing will be held on October 16, 2018 at 1:30 PM in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, located at 1701 Dirksentre Ave., NW.

The hearing will examine whether a manufacturer can maintain its right to sell its product without a hearing aid, according to the release.

According the DOJ, “The hearing is being held in accordance with the requirements of the federal Rules of Civil Procedure.”

In response to the DOJ’s announcement, American Federation of Government Employees Local 1525 President Tom Wheeler stated, “We are pleased that the hearing will begin today to give the public the opportunity to hear from witnesses who have been in the courtroom over the last two weeks.”

The hearing on hearing aids will be the first in a series scheduled for 2018.

On Tuesday, the DOJ will issue its final schedule of hearing aids for 2018, which includes a schedule for hearing aids that will go into effect on October 31.