Collective Bargaining Agreement
Busy day here at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Players’ Association executive director DeMaurice Smith shook hands and hugged Friday as they signed a new collective bargaining agreement.
For the first time since the NFL lockout, all 32 team owners met in Rosemont on Tuesday, hoping to save this year’s season.
NBA Commissioner David Stern said Friday the league plans to submit to the players’ union a revised proposal for a new collective bargaining agreement within the next couple of weeks. Stern also said Sacramento Kings […]
An extension to the NFL’s deadline for a new collective bargaining agreement gives some hope that something will be done in the next 24 hours. If no one can come to an agreement and we don’t see football in 2011, or even just part of the season, the effects would be seen beyond the sport.
The NFL is now looking at the very real possibility of not having a 2011 season.
With each day, the NFL and the NFL Players Union move closer to a lockout of the 2011 NFL season. And pressure has started to mount for both sides to work out their differences.
So far this season, the NFL has been getting plenty of headlines about their rules, player conduct policy and the potential lockout of the 2011 season.