A conga line of football icons is suing the NFL for negligence, malfeasance, malpractice, and just about everything short of global warming.
The heroism of average Americans was obvious when Flight 93 crashed in Shanksville. Now football heroes and their team owners are stepping up to help fund the 9/11 memorials to be erected in Shanksville, New York City and the Pentagon.
After months of talks and dead ends, the NFL lockout has finally ended. The NFLPA approved a 10-year deal with owners on Monday. Now, it’s back to business.
The NFL owners have approved a tentative 10-year collective bargaining agreement. The owners met in Atlanta, Ga., and reached an agreement.
A federal appeals court has restored the NFL lockout.
Steelers players say they plan on reporting to work Tuesday morning now that the NFL lockout has been lifted.
Pittsburgh Steelers’ Safety, Ryan Clark joined The FAN Morning Show, as he does every Tuesday Morning at 9 a.m., and was particularly fired up this week.
MarketWatch columnist Chuck Jaffe joined KDKA’s Paul and Rose this afternoon on the KDKA Radio afternoon news to discuss financial tips that the NFL Players Association recently sent to its players.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke on Tuesday from the league meetings in New Orleans about the current state of the NFL lockout.
Former Steeler and current member of the NFLPA’s executive committee, Sean Morey thinks the NFL’s proposed changes to improve player safety is misguided.
Talks between the NFL and the NFLPA “Trade Association” are not expected to resume until after a judge rules on the players lawsuit to stop the lockout, according to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Former NFL player rep Darnell Dinkins joined Seibel, Starkey & Miller live in-studio to talk about the rhetoric over the new CBA negotiations.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark joined the FAN Morning Show in his weekly spot to talk about the decertification of the union and the eventual lockout.
The war between the NFL and the NFLPA continues to escalate. Now, the NFLPA or “Trade Association” is now advising top incoming rookies to boycott the upcoming NFL Draft in New York City.
It’s difficult to imagine a Sunday in autumn without Steelers football, but months of fruitless negotiations between NFL players and owners have put next season in jeopardy.