Nonprofit Group Asks Judge To End NFL LockoutA nonprofit group that has been fighting sport work stoppages has weighed in on the NFL court battle, saying ending the lockout is in the best interest of consumers.
Court Sides With League, NFL Lockout UpheldThe NFL has won another round in the court fight with its players.
Mediation To Resume Between NFL And PlayersFor NFL owners and the players they've locked out in this dispute over the division and future of the ever-popular $9 billion business, it's time to talk again.
NFLPA Seeks $707 Million In Damages From TV DisputeOn Thursday the NFL players union requested that a federal judge award them with at least $707 million in damages stemming from a dispute with the league over $4 billion in broadcast revenue.
NFL Asks For Lockout To Be UpheldIts players again barred from coming to work, the NFL told a federal appeals court Monday it believes the appeal over whether the lockout is legal can "readily be resolved" during the offseason.
Monday Will Loom Large In NFL LockoutIf these are not fun times for football fans, they are captivating days for lawyers.
NFL: Players Can Resume Football Activites On FridayOn Monday, judge Susan Richard Nelson ruled to lift the NFL lockout and in essence return the NFL to business as usual. On Friday, a day after the NFL Draft, the league will allow their players to resume workouts and meet with coaches.
Gould: Players Weren't Allowed To Workout At Halas HallOn Monday, Judge Susan Richard Nelson lifted the NFL Lockout. On Tuesday, players around the league went to team facilities eager to start their workouts and get treatment for injures, but most were turned away.