Teams are cutting pay of their non-football employees, while the NFL is experiencing stronger than usual season ticket sales.
The NFL Coaches Association is missing a golden opportunity to unionize its members and have a real voice in the formation of a new NFL landscape.
Despite earlier reports, the Packers have not cut the salaries of their coaching staff.
The Packers have reportedly cut the salaries of their coaching staff as the NFL's lockout continues on without an end in sight.
The Commissioner of the NFL and the head of the former players union need to start to find some common ground before those that have nothing to do with the lockout start getting hurt - badly.
The league has a salient point to make regarding the reasons for the lockout. For some reason, they prefer instead to try and scare their fans.
The NFL and the former players union left federal mediation in Minneapolis today without being anywhere nearer an agreement.
After weeks of inactivity, there was a flurry of movement on the NFL labor front late Monday afternoon and evening.
The NFL insists they want to talk through mediation instead of litigation. Unfortunately,their underhanded tactics make this less and less feasible.
Some players are set to report to work, where their coaches have been told not to speak to them. Welcome to the NFL.
The Packers continuity on offense and defense coupled with a talent infusion will give them a leg up on teams after the lockout comes to an end.
Judge Susan Nelson will force the league and the players back into mediation - which is a win for fans.
Enough is enough when it comes to the back and forth between the league and their locked-out players.
Aaron Nagler on AM-PM Sports with Aaron Meurett and Mitch Klieforth talking about the labor showdown between the players and the league.
Cheesehead TV has received hidden camera footage from the labor negotations between the league and the players union in Washington D.C.
The labor battle between the NFL and the players took a turn for the worse yesterday.
The NFL and NFLPA have agreed to a seven day extension in their talks aimed at agreeing to a new collective bargaining agreement.
Mike Silver of Yahoo! Sports reports that the NFL and the NFLPA are seemingly close to agreeing on going to an eventual 18 game regular season.
The league and the players union have agreed to extend the deadline for the expiration of the CBA in hopes of extending talks and getting a final agreement.
Mark Murphy recently sat down with Freakonomics to discuss the NFL's labor situation.
The league and the players union will continue their negotiations on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement next Tuesday - with a Thursday deadline looming.
Aaron and Ralph Cindrich, ex-NFL player and current agent and advocate for players rights, had a bit of a tussle on Twitter yesterday.
Doug Farrar of Yahoo! Sports makes a strong case for the NFLPA in the CBA standoff.