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Goodell, NFL Labor Committee Presents To Ownership Today

Goodell, NFL Labor Committee Presents To Ownership Today

NFL ownership meets in Chicago today to go over the latest proposal that could be sent to the former players union as soon as this week.

Some NFL Owners Pushing Back On Labor Deal

Some NFL Owners Pushing Back On Labor Deal

A small group of owners doesn't like what it hears coming from the talks between the NFL and the former players union.

More Talks (And Hope) In NFL's Labor Impasse

More Talks (And Hope) In NFL's Labor Impasse

The league and its former players union met again today with signs that the ongoing talks could be close to yielding a deal between the two sides.

NFL, Former Players Union Resume Talks

NFL, Former Players Union Resume Talks

The league and the players met in New York City today to continue the talks that started last week in Chicago.

NFL Opener Could Be A Referendum On Player-Led Workouts

NFL Opener Could Be A Referendum On Player-Led Workouts

The Saints have been far-and-away the most active team when it comes to player-led workouts. The Packers have been just the opposite. Will it show on September 8th?

NFL Making Contingency Plans, Including 8 Game Season

NFL Making Contingency Plans, Including 8 Game Season

While the NFL prepares for all sorts of scenarios, both sides in the ongoing labor dispute could be meeting this week to talk about finding some common ground.

NFL, NFLPA Enter Into Settlement Talks

NFL, NFLPA Enter Into Settlement Talks

The Minnesota federal court cancels next week's scheduled mediation as the two sides continue to talk - sans lawyers.

Goodell, Smith & Several Owners Have Meeting In Chicago

Goodell, Smith & Several Owners Have Meeting In Chicago

The NFL's Commissioner and the head of the former NFLPA met with what looks like the NFL’s Management Council Executive Committee last night.

NFL Teams Cutting Employee Pay Should Be Ashamed

NFL Teams Cutting Employee Pay Should Be Ashamed

Teams are cutting pay of their non-football employees, while the NFL is experiencing stronger than usual season ticket sales.

NFL Coaches Have A Hammer To Swing

NFL Coaches Have A Hammer To Swing

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.

The NFL At CHTV

The NFL At CHTV

Expanded coverage of the National Football League is coming to Cheesehead TV.

Packers Have Not Cut Coaches Pay

Packers Have Not Cut Coaches Pay

Despite earlier reports, the Packers have not cut the salaries of their coaching staff.

Packers Cut Salaries Of Coaching Staff

Packers Cut Salaries Of 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.

Roger Goodell, DeMaurice Smith & Collateral Damage

Roger Goodell, DeMaurice Smith & Collateral Damage

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.

NFL Has A Case But Refuses To Make It

NFL Has A Case But Refuses To Make It

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.

Mediation Ends; No Reported Progress

Mediation Ends; No Reported Progress

The NFL and the former players union left federal mediation in Minneapolis today without being anywhere nearer an agreement.

8th Circuit Court Upholds Stay On Appeal; League Makes New Offer

8th Circuit Court Upholds Stay On Appeal; League Makes New Offer

After weeks of inactivity, there was a flurry of movement on the NFL labor front late Monday afternoon and evening.

NFL Owners Would Make Nixon Proud

NFL Owners Would Make Nixon Proud

The NFL insists they want to talk through mediation instead of litigation. Unfortunately,their underhanded tactics make this less and less feasible.

Are The Packers Falling Behind?

Are The Packers Falling Behind?

Packer fans are understandably nervous watching as players for rival teams start organized workouts as the lockout stretches on into the summer.

A Reminder About Draft Grades

A Reminder About Draft Grades

The grading of the NFL Draft is a useless exercise - and everyone knows it - yet every year people need to do it.

Thompson Gets His UFAs - By Drafting Them

Thompson Gets His UFAs - By Drafting Them

Packers General Manager made sure to bring in a good deal of competition for the back end of his roster on Day Three of the NFL Draft.

Packers Load Up On Playmakers

Packers Load Up On Playmakers

Ted Thompson gave his franchise quarterback a pair of weapons to add to an already potent offense.

Packers To Finally Receive Super Bowl Rings In June

Packers To Finally Receive Super Bowl Rings In June

After sitting in limbo for the last two months, the champs will finally receive their rings.

The Longer The Labor Dispute Lasts, The Better The Chances Of A Repeat

The Longer The Labor Dispute Lasts, The Better The Chances Of A Repeat

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.

Green Bay Packers 2011 Schedule

Green Bay Packers 2011 Schedule

The Packers play on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day as the NFL releases its 2011 schedule. Happy holidays!

Packers To Open Against Saints

Packers To Open Against Saints

The last two Super Bowl champs will face off on opening night.

NFL Draft Analysis - WR AJ Green

NFL Draft Analysis - WR AJ Green

AJ Green is considered by many to be the top wide receiver in the 2011 NFL Draft. Andrew Garda (froggy voice and all) breaks down why he's so highly regarded using examples from the 2010 Georgia/Auburn game.

NFL Schedule To Be Released Tuesday Night

NFL Schedule To Be Released Tuesday Night

The NFL 2011 regular season schedule is set to be released Tuesday night.

Drafting For Need: Good Football Players

Drafting For Need: Good Football Players

Packer fans can count on being flummoxed at least once, if not several times, when the Packers' picks are announced next week.

One To Watch: Greg Little

One To Watch: Greg Little

The Packers would do well to look at the wide receiver out of North Carolina as a possible replacement for James Jones.

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