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The NFL sent out a memo today telling their teams they’re starting the season with replacement referees. Of course we’re breaking this down line by line.
The NFL now admits suspended Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove isn’t the person who said “give me my money” in the infamous bountygate video. Does that exonerate him? Not in the NFL’s book!
Here’s a handy guide to choosing which NFL football team to root for, just in case you don’t already know. It’s the football flowchart.
We hate the Pro Bowl for a number of reasons. Apparently, the NFL is beginning to agree. Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league is considering canceling the game. Good riddance. Here’s our solution.
Commissioner Roger Goodell said the NFL could expand to 34 teams in order to put a franchise back in Los Angeles. Of course, that’s probably just talk for now.
The NFL will reportedly put an end to the lockout tomorrow after players agreed to the terms of the collective bargaining agreement the owners approved last week. The next week going to be wild.
The Green Bay Packers had varied reactions to the events of the past two days that say the owners approve a new labor deal and the players choose not to vote. They ranged from rational to stupid. Here they are.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy has let it be known the NFL is done negotiating, which could either lead to the lockout ending next week or a stalemate that makes it drag on for some time.
The NFL’s lockout was supposed to end today, but then a bunch of crazy shit happened. Here’s the simplified version of why the NFL lockout is still in effect.
The Green Bay Packers say they didn’t tell players to show up Saturday, but the word got out somehow. Either way, the NFL doesn’t seem to care and things should be a go for the weekend.
The Green Bay Packers have been instructed to show up Saturday to begin preparations for training camp and the preseason, a sure sign the lockout is nearly over.
There’s talk a new labor deal could be finished in the next few weeks and that means the league will have to start setting dates for things like free agency, signing undrafted players and roster deadlines. If, as some have suggested, a tentative deal can be in place by the owners meeting on July 21, […]
Remember when the NFL appealed U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson’s April ruling that the lockout was illegal back in June? Well, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis finally issued a ruling yesterday, siding with the NFL and throwing out Nelson’s decision. What does that mean? It means everyone wasted a bunch of […]
Funny Or Die gives us Field of Dreams 2, where one of the kids from Twilight (Taylor Lautner) saves the NFL season… kind of. Also look for Ray Lewis, Tony Gonzalez, Marshall Faulk and Ray Liotta as Roger Goodell, among others. (Via Cheesehead TV)
As negotiations between the NFL and players drag on, we’re about to come up on our first real deadline, whether anyone wants to admit it or not. It’s widely believed if a new labor deal isn’t complete by July 15, the NFL will have to start canceling games. Whether regular-season games will be affected remains […]
A new collective bargaining agreement could be coming soon, which means the godforsaken lockout, court cases and he said/she said bullshit that has been this NFL offseason might finally be over. Commissioner Roger Goodell presented the details of the proposed labor agreement to the owners on Tuesday. Although no vote was taken, the details make […]
Since at least March we’ve heard a lot about how the average NFL career lasts about 3.6 years because compensation for former players is one of the key sticking points in the negotiation of a new labor deal. It’s one of the most misleading number in sports. The reason is that average includes all the players who are […]
After we wrote about the NFL planning for an eight-game season, someone asked me if I knew how the league would handle the schedule. If the labor dispute costs the NFL any amount of games, the league will have to adjust the schedule in some fashion. The most obvious potential solution is to simply keep […]
I really hate the NFL right now. Hate everything about it. A week after players and owners entered into settlement talks and there was finally a hint of optimism, there’s news the league is preparing for a season as short as eight games. An eight-game season would begin in late November, with a whopping five […]
Throughout the current NFL labor dispute, the supposedly defunct NFLPA has responded to calls from the owners to accept a smaller share of the revenue pie with the rallying cry, “show us your books!” This resonates easily with the public, which sees the logic of demanding the owners prove their claim the current CBA is untenable and that […]