Mediation Private and Confidential

NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith was busy on a conference call with the incoming rookies when a government mediator was assigned to stand between the NFL and the NFLPA to help work a deal prior to midnight on March 3,… Read more »

The Agent’s Point of View

With the labor talks at a standoff, let’s take a look from another perspective – the agent’s point of view. A high percentage of the player representatives are lawyers, with the rest having not taken a single college level law… Read more »

Two Trains on a Collision Course

Ever since the NFL owners opted out of the current CBA deal in 2008, the league and the union – two locomotives – have been headed for a massive train wreck. Currently, both trains are on different tracks on opposite… Read more »

Free Agency Despite Possible Lockout

Despite the possible lockout by NFL owners, which I still feel could very well happen, all NFL pro scouting departments are moving forward with business as usual. While each organization takes different paths getting to the same road, the procedures… Read more »

Free Agency despite possible Lockout

Despite the possible NFL lockout by the owners, which I still feel could very well happen; all NFL Pro Scouting departments are moving forward with business as usual. While each organization takes different paths to get to the same road,… Read more »

Lockout Affects All

The NFLPA is still screaming, “Show us the money.” Well, not really. But they are demanding the NFL owners open up and show them the books of all 32 teams. Per several sources, the late Gene Upshaw, who had a… Read more »

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