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In May, the league and all NFL teams agreed on a policy that would restrict the types of bags that fans would be allowed to carry into stadiums.
“Yeah, man, I think there are (gay players) right now, and if they’re looking for a window to just come out, I mean, now is the window,” the second-year sensation told GQ, “My view on it is, yes, I am a Christian, but to each his own.”
“Who wouldn’t want to coach LeBron James?” Theismann told the NFL Network on Tuesday. “He’s the most physical specimen we have in professional sports. He could do, I think, anything he wanted.”
What has evolved into a national American holiday began 45 years ago this afternoon.
With more attention being paid these days to the cumulative effects of concussions, WCBS 880 afternoon drive anchor Steve Scott spoke with former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber, who talked about his concerns for his own future health.
Two brothers from Baltimore will put a lot of miles on their RV this fall doing something a lot of football fans wish they could.
The federal lawsuit was filed Tuesday morning in Trenton by the NCAA, MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL. But lawmakers say the suit was not a surprise.
Wanna bet? New Jersey does, but Washington has the final say.
NFL players say the league’s request to put a federal judge’s lockout ruling on hold should be denied. Why? They say every day it remains in effect they suffer more harm.
Had enough of the he-said, he-said rancor between the NFL and players? Don’t expect it to go away anytime soon.
If you’re free, healthy, wealthy, or simply employed, you may be thankful to be in America or to be an American. Unless, of course, you run the NFL, own an NFL team, or run the NFL Players Association.
Unable to decide how to divvy up $9 billion a year, NFL owners and players put the country’s most popular sport in limbo Friday hours before their contract expired. The union decertified; the league imposed a lockout.
NFL Hall of Famer and former NY Giants Linebacker Harry Carson was the special guest speaker at Thursday’s annual Head Injury Association forum on Long Island and for good reason.
Not nearly enough. That, essentially, was the NFL Players Association’s stance on two vital issues Wednesday as the deadline for a new labor deal approaches.
A person familiar with the negotiations told The AP that the NFL offered to turn over five years of profitability data to the players’ union — and the offer was rejected.