Before getting back to your Super Bowl talk for the next 48 hours, here is an opening primer on the NFL-NFLPA negotiations regarding a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Read Whole Story
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The question to DeMaurice Smith was simple, coming from Cincinnati receiver Chad Ochocinco, asking how serious he viewed...
The pulling of the plug on the SRS by the NFL might be the biggest play of any prior to next season, a season during which the NFL could look a lot different than it does now.
I applaud the Commish and his staff for focusing and acting on concussion safety, but he hasn’t gone nearly far enough.
It's time to look back at the biggest stories in the business of football for the 2009-10 season, which are many of the same stories that will be the biggest in 2010-11.
The sports world socialism of NFL revenue sharing enables a team to put a bad product on the field and still show a decent bottom line.
NFL every year dutifully mandates a 2 day Rookie Symposium in an attempt to educate, warn and caution new players. This education has been going on for the last 13 years. Has it worked?
Congressman Jim Moran has decided it is time to poke his head into the on-going saga of who will succeed the late Gene Upshaw as the Executive Director of the NFL Players' Association (NFLPA).
Aren't you outraged to hear that NFL players in their early forties have been forced to sue their union so they can get the basic medical assistance they need to walk to the bathroom?
Full-blown congressional hearings looking into football teams spying on one another is not exactly the best use of taxpayer money. But hear me loud and clear: Spygate is not a victimless crime.
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day..