Collective Bargaining Agreement
Seemingly anyone with the deepest of interest or even a tepid curiosity in the National Hockey League stands on one side or the other about one of the game’s major issues: Should there be fighting in hockey?
The day hockey fans have been dreading for years has arrived and our worst nightmares are about to be realized…again.
Verizon workers will return to their positions Monday night despite not having a new collective bargaining agreement in place yet.
Some Steelers’ veterans who were supposed to hit the practice field today at training camp in Latrobe may still be on the sidelines.
After 16 days of mediated talks with the NFL, the sides could not reach agreement on a new deal. The current one expires at the end of Friday, and the league could lock out its players.
The threat of an NFL lockout may soon become a reality. There is an important deadline looming for the team owners and players to reach an agreement and Steelers fans in Pittsburgh are just hoping that there will football next fall.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has high hopes for a new collective bargaining agreement to be in place by the Super Bowl.