Posts tagged "NFL Lockout"

Just How Much Money Could the Lockout Cost?

The NFL Network’s Albert Breer wrote an article last week, focusing on the ever-looming 2011 pre-season, and just how much money was on the line should the players and owners not have a deal done before then. League sources calculated that should the lockout remain in effect past August 1, it will cost the NFL... Read more »

NFL Lockout: Players, Coaches and Owners Among the Least Impacted

With the ongoing NFL lockout nearing its third month and teams less than two months away from the typical start of training camp, the focus, currently on players and owners, could all too quickly begin a rather disheartening shift to our very friends and neighbors. On Friday, June 3, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals... Read more »

NFL Lockout Update: Oh, How the Tides have Turned...

The United States Court of Appeals: “We have serious doubts that the district court had jurisdiction to enjoin the League’s lockout, and accordingly conclude that the League has made a strong showing that it is likely to succeed on the merits.” That statement, taken from Appellate Case: 11-1898; filed Monday, May 16, 2011. The Eighth... Read more »