The NFL gets to cash its $4 billion in TV checks. The union gets about $7 million in damages from the league.
This is a big week for the NFL. It’s Super Bowl week and all eyes will be on Dallas and the two teams preparing to battle for the Lombardi Trophy. But there’s going to be another battle going on in Dallas.
Roger Goodell must be getting serious about working out a new collective bargaining agreement with the NFL Players Union. After all he’s passing up a trip to Hawaii to continue negotiations.
The discussion of the impending NFL lockout has picked up some steam. It seems as if things are slowly starting to show positives signs, but real progress will have to be made soon to avoid a lockout.
Year one of the Ricketts Era didn’t go the way any Chicago Cubs’ fan, or the Ricketts family anticipated. But team chairman Tom Ricketts sees change coming in year two.
As the calender nears March, the NFL inches closer and closer to a lockout of the 2011 season. And if that happens, commissioner Roger Goodell will be taking a significant pay cut.
As the disappointment begins to fade, we start to look ahead to what next season may bring. And for the Chicago Bears it will likely bring high expectations and a target on their back.
Normally Mondays aren’t the best day of the week. A Monday in Chicago following a Bears loss to the Packers in the NFC Championship game can be painful.
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OAKLAND – In Greg Walker’s perfect world, Paul Konerko will get a new deal to stay with the White Sox, finish his career on the South Side, and then have a bronze statue in his […]