Players Could Benefit if Proposal Goes Through

With the league meeting taking place in Chicago Tuesday, it became important for commissioner Roger Goodell to persuade the owners to view the league’s new proposal with open minds and take a true look into a future that would be… Read more »

NFL Should Do Better for Players

The last pick of the 2008 draft, David Vobora became the first “Mr. Irrelevant” for the St. Louis Rams. It is tough for many drafted rookies, but for the last pick in the draft to make the club, the odds… Read more »

NFL Confirms Bingo Investigation

While gambling is a huge part of many professional sports, for the NFL (in a roundabout way) it is the driving force of revenue. High ratings yield massive television contracts and, in turn, billions of dollars for owners and players…. Read more »

How Will the NFL Handle Discipline?

With the NFL labor battle at day 94, the lockout by the owners has pushed 1,600-plus players away from their natural habitat of team building and has allowed them more free time away from the normalcy of offseason workouts, mini-camps… Read more »

Cicadas More Interesting Than NFL Lockout

Sitting on my back deck overlooking the pool with my laptop, brainstorming for tonight’s column, I found myself wanting to dive in, but then I realized that there were big bugs dive-bombing me so bad I had to take it… Read more »

Clock on NFL Season is Ticking

With the NFL labor battle reaching day 92, both sides have engaged in private and highly confidential talks. The owners are starting to feel the pressure of the 2011 season slipping away slowly. While litigation is still a moving part… Read more »

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