For all the talent Mike Tannenbaum has accumulated on this roster, a group of 53 players as talented as any in the league, this star-studded group has no glue holding it together.
Round 4 of the “secret” NFL labor negotiations is over. Round 5 is coming soon — perhaps to a suburban locale near you.
Don’t break out the tailgate gear just yet. An end to the NFL lockout might not be imminent. It does appears much closer than at any point in the last three months, though.
After a key victory in court by NFL owners, the players say they aren’t panicking. Unity remains their motto. How long they can remain unified is the question being asked just about everywhere else.
On one of the busiest days of the year for the NFL, teams were plotting not only how to land the best draft picks but just how to let their most-prized employees return to work. Welcome back, players. For now, at least.
NFL players and owners haven taken their fight to the courtroom. The court appearance is the first round between the NFL and its locked-out players in their legal fight over the future of the $9 billion business — including the 2011 season.
The NFL’s locked-out players wrote back to Commissioner Roger Goodell on Saturday, responding to his letter to them by saying: “Your statements are false.”
The NFL and its players’ union met with a federal mediator for the fourth day in a row Monday, trying to make progress toward a new collective bargaining agreement before the current labor deal expires.
Say this for the NFL and its players’ union: They are on speaking terms at the moment. “Conversation,” Jets fullback Tony Richardson said, “is good.”
The NFL and its players’ union met before a federal mediator for the third consecutive day on Sunday, trying to find common ground for a new labor deal before the current one expires.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, union executive director DeMaurice Smith and members of their negotiating teams participated in a second consecutive six-hour session with a federal mediator Saturday.
Sanchez has hit the books hard since last offseason, using the down time while he was rehabilitating from offseason knee surgery to increase his familiarity of the playbook.
By Peter Schwartz When the Jets face the Ravens on Monday night, Shonn Greene is probably going to be the starting running back, but head coach Rex Ryan said that Ladainian Tomlinson will be in […]
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Tony Richardson is back paving the way for the New York Jets’ running game. The veteran fullback was re-signed Tuesday, two days after he was cut.