Not only are the fans appreciative of football returning but so are the players. Here is an NFLPA-sanctioned thank you to the fans.
Colts center Jeff Saturday and Patriots owner Robert Kraft produced perhaps the best moment of the lockout with a touching moment during Monday’s proceedings.
Despite the league’s labor mess ending, NFL boss Roger Goodell is going to be a very busy person. During the NFL’s 136-day work stoppage, 20 players were arrested.
The NFL ended its 136-day lockout earlier today. Let there be light. More to come later… *Editor’s Note: I’m so happy about this that I’m incorporating a Brady Bunch song that would have to rank as one of the five cheesiest songs of all-time.
The NFL and players have reached a deal on a new labor agreement. According to published reports, both league and player representatives worked into early Monday morning at roughly 3 a.m. to hammer out a deal.
Perhaps Big Ben will not allow his wedding video to end up on You Tube.
Straight from the “I’m not shocked” department, Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari are no more as a couple according to People magazine. The pair called off their wedding, which was set to take place next spring.
Some knucklehead felt it was necessary to buy a Brett Favre Eagles jersey, just in case he pops up in Philadelphia, which might happen. According to reports, the Eagles are interested in signing Favre as a backup to Michael Vick.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will marry Ashley Harlan in Ohio Township, Pennsylvania on Saturday. The couple met back in 2005 but dated on and off since that time. A reformed figure of sorts since his tumultuous sexual assault incidents, the Steeler quarterback has made great strides according […]
http://twitter.com/#!/AaronRodgers12/status/94288444586598400 Up and coming fashion icon and Super Bowl XLV MVP Aaron Rodgers threw in his two cents on the owners’ proposal/Jedi mind-trick on the players last night. Rodgers is correct. The original media spin following the owners’ ratification of the agreement reeked of some sort of naiveté […]