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The players’ union opposes former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue hearing the appeals of the four players suspended in the Saints bounties case.
Roger Goodell has reportedly recused himself from the New Orleans Saints bounty program case.
George Atallah from the NFLPA joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the view of the NFLPA from the fans and players, the NFLPA not doing a good job during bounty gate and what they are doing for former players.
The conduct of the Commissioner [Roger Goodell] and his representatives has undermined the fundamental process contemplated by the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Through this abuse, these players have been denied any semblance of due process and fairness.
In a legal skirmish between unions, the NFL Players Association is suing the NFL Coaches Association in D.C. Superior Court for about $650,000.
The NFL lockout is over, and the NFLPA released a thank you video to the fans to show their appreciation to those who stuck by them during this long offseason.
Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports shares his thoughts on how to move forward with the NFL lockout.
Eric Winston, the Texans starting right tackle, discusses the latest details of the labor dispute and explains why there is a stigma against homosexuals in professional sports.
The NFL’s executive V.P. of business ventures breaks down his perspective on the lockout and how it could potentially be resolved.
The NFLPA Assistant Executive Director of External Affairs breaks down the latest details regarding the NFL/NFLPA labor negotiations.