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Eagles Trade Kevin Kolb To Arizona Cardinals

It's just been reported that the Philadelphia Eagles have granted the former future of the franchise his wish to be traded. The Eagles traded Kevin Kolb to the Arizona Cardinals for CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a 2nd round pick. In turn ending any hopes for Nnamdi Asomugha to dawn the... Continue reading "Eagles Trade Kevin Kolb To Arizona Cardinals" »

NFL's 130-day labor dispute is set to end

According to sources on both sides, the League’s owners and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) have reached an agreement on the remaining points needed in their 10-year labor deal. Despite the progress, the NFL lockout still continues until a majority of the NFL players vote on the new agreement. The... Continue reading "NFL's 130-day labor dispute is set to end" »

Will You Help the Poor NFL Players?

Since September 11, 2001, Americans have come together as never before in our generation. We have banded together to overcome adversity. We have weathered direct attacks on our own soil, wars overseas, corporate/government scandal, layoffs, unemployment, stock price plunges, droughts, fires, mad cow, SARS, high gasoline prices, and a myriad... Continue reading "Will You Help the Poor NFL Players?" »

Kolb To Cardinals Just Talk?

There have been rumors flying around of late that the Eagles and Cardinals were poised to make a deal once the lockout ends. Talk was that the Eagles would send Kevin Kolb to Arizona for cornerback Dominique Rogers-Cromartie. While the trade seems to make sense talk out of Arizona is... Continue reading "Kolb To Cardinals Just Talk?" »

NFL News: There Is Reason For Optimism On The Labor Front

The NFL's most prominent owners and Commissioner Roger Goodell have had several meetings recently with the players association representatives. These talks were not mandated by the courts. Both sides agreed to hold these talks (the fact that they are agreeing to anything is excellent news). According to several sources close... Continue reading "NFL News: There Is Reason For Optimism On The Labor Front" »

NFL News: Talks Wrap Up For Now

The NFL labor woes continue, however there does seem to be light at the end of the tunnel. Roger Goodell and a handfull of the leagues most powerful and prominent owners have been engaged in "informal " talks with the players representatives. The talks, which took place in Long Island,... Continue reading "NFL News: Talks Wrap Up For Now" »

Bowl With The NFL

The Eric LeGrand Believe Fund will host a bowling party with former NFL players. Continue reading "Bowl With The NFL" »

NFL News; Mara Warns Of Dire Consequences Should The Players Win

New York Giants owner John Mara, one of the most respected owners in the NFL has a dim view of what the NFL would look like should the players win in court: "The likely changes would be great for NFLPA lawyers, but not for players, teams, or, most importantly, fans,"... Continue reading "NFL News; Mara Warns Of Dire Consequences Should The Players Win" »

NFL News; Mediation Done Until June 7

The NFL lockout continues to drag on and I for one am getting less and less optimistic that a settlement will be reached in time to not seriously affect the season. The spin from the owners is that progress is being made; "The only way we're going to get this... Continue reading "NFL News; Mediation Done Until June 7" »

NFL News; The Stay Stays

I cannot wait until there is actual football news to write about again. In the interim NFL fans are getting a crash course in labor law. Yesterday, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals found for the owners and ruled that the stay of Judge Susan Nelson's order to rescind the... Continue reading "NFL News; The Stay Stays" »

NFL News; Fans And Experts Agree On Likely Super Bowl Matchup

The NFL recently conducted two polls, one for "experts" and one for fans. They asked people to vote on who they felt were the best teams in the NFL. The results were identical for the top two. They were the Green Bay Packers followed by the New England Patriots. It... Continue reading "NFL News; Fans And Experts Agree On Likely Super Bowl Matchup" »

2011 NFL Draft in review: Arizona Cardinals

We when start evaluating draft classes we always start with what we think a team needs most, and how they choose to address those needs. Sometimes we fail to look at how each draft unfolds, and how a team adjusts to how a particular draft is unfolding. I don't think... Continue reading "2011 NFL Draft in review: Arizona Cardinals" »

NFL News; Poll Spells Trouble For NFL

A recent Adweek/Harris poll has some alarming news for the NFL; 19% of respondents said they would be unlikely to watch the sport this season if the start is delayed. The season is slated to kick off on Thursday, September 8th with a matchup featuring the two most recent Super... Continue reading "NFL News; Poll Spells Trouble For NFL" »

NFL Opinion; September 11 and The NFL

Sometimes the worlds of sports and, well, the real world come together. There are times when the two intercede. We are in such a time right now. With the stunning news that the entire world is still talking about---the well received killing of mass murderer Osama Bin Laden, sports and... Continue reading "NFL Opinion; September 11 and The NFL" »

NFL News: Draft Ratings Higher Then Expected

The NFL has reported that the 2011 draft was viewed by some 42 million people over the three days of the event. This is the second highest total ever for the annual college draft. This is tribute to the off the charts popularity the sport currently enjoys. It was thought... Continue reading "NFL News: Draft Ratings Higher Then Expected" » Video Corner

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