The decision by the NFL owners to lockout the referees jeopardizes your health and safety.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA head DeMaurice Smith have signed the new collective bargaining agreement on a makeshift table on the steps of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Now it can be said with certainty: Get ready for some football!
The latest twist in the touch-and-go efforts to end the NFL lockout: Players didn’t vote Wednesday on a full proposal to settle the labor dispute.
The NFL and its players went back to court Friday for a pivotal hearing before a federal appeals court on the legality of the lockout, now nearly three months old with no sign of a new collective bargaining agreement that would save the 2011 season.
The executive director of the NFL Players Association says the lockout shouldn’t be boiled down to “Shut up and play.”