Tag: NFLPA

Collinsworth: The Voice of NFL Reason

There are currently about ten or twelve stories on the home page at PFT – the only football-related site I bother to check these days with any regularity.  A quick scan saw the headline Jay Cutler: Bears Are “Locked And Loaded” For Upcoming Workouts.  I read the story and thought, “Cool.  Jay is leading.  That’s... Read more »

Lockout Thread

Jerry Jones at home. Blindly supporting the players or owners in a CBA situation can be a problematic approach, especially during barroom discussions.  If you support the owners, you’re a right-winger who has no compassion for the working man.  If you support the players, you’re a socialist who believes it’s more important for millionaires to... Read more »

Audibles From the Long Snapper

So You Don’t Like Jerry Angelo? Say what you will about his inability to locate good offensive linemen in the NFL draft, it’s impossible not to appreciate Angelo’s lengthy comments about the CBA discord that is dominating the league’s news cycles. “This game is special. It brings people together. It galvanizes cities. And during the... Read more »
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A Fan's Thoughts on a Possible Work Stoppage

The NFL, as it stands today, is the most successful sports league in the history of the civilization.  It laughs at the NBA, mocks NCAA everything sports in its diary and pays the NHL clean its bathroom every other weekend.  Baseball is only referred to as our “national pastime” because the people who write that... Read more »