Thursday afternoon the NFL and players’ union announced a 24-hour extension of the current collective bargaining agreement. The extension opened up the possibility of avoiding a lock out of any length.
The NFL and the players’ union have officially extended the expiration of the current collective bargaining agreement by 24 hours.
President Barack Obama had a clear message for the NFL and the players’ union: I don’t intend to get involved in your labor dispute and you should be able to work things out so each side has enough money.
Every Sunday afternoon in the fall, people around the country gravitate towards their favorite drinking establishments, invite their friends over for a little BBQ and refreshments.
It seems like 2011 is the year of labor negotiations in the sports world. As the NFL prepares itself for a work stoppage, Major League tries to get a jump start on renegotiating their labor agreement.
The NFL is now looking at the very real possibility of not having a 2011 season.
The 10 members of the NFL owners’ labor committee, along with commissioner Roger Goodell, spent four hours in a mediated negotiation session with the the players’ union.
WASHINGTON (CBS) – A lockout is looming as the collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and the players’ union expires Thursday night, and a published report says little progress has been made. Previous reports have […]
On Thursday, the current collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and the Players’ Union is set to expire, triggering the first step leading towards a lockout of the players.
The NBA held pro-active labor discussions during the weekend’s All-Star game festivities. And it appears as if baseball is looking for an even more pro-active approach.
Some kind of protest – possibly even a boycott – might accompany the NFL scouting combine later this month, according to a published report.
While teams will be trading hits this weekend in the NFL Playoffs, it appears that lawyers for the NFL owners and Players Union will be doing the same, if they haven’t been already.
After all of the add attention the NFL has put in dangerous hits to the head and player safety, the league is still determined to push for additional games in the collective bargaining process with the players union.