All Entries Tagged With: "CBA"

So let me get this straight. The NFL owners want the newest Collective Bargaining Agreement to fail — so they can get an even better deal.

Aaron chats with Packers fans after a different Aaron spoke on the radio.

The league and players union are hoping to have a new deal in place before the start of the new league year. 

  The NFL owners have come up with something that they think cannot be turned down.  

Thanks to the "proven performance escalator," four Green Bay Packers players will see much bigger paychecks.

Jake Ryan’s injury made the number of players that had an ACL tear stand at seven. That’s a huge number before a single preseason game has started.

The Packers' opening game opponent, the Chicago Bears, have a "situation" on their hands.  

With the new CBA in place, Russ Ball's job with rookie contracts got a lot easier. All eight 2012 picks are expected to be signed before mini camp Friday.

As we prepare for kickoff week, Andrew Garda asks you to consider those less fortunate than yourselves: the blackout victims.

In his new column, Andrew Garda asks Sam Farmer, NFL reporter for the Los Angeles Times about everything from LA Stadiums to Labor peace to repeating Championships and Rex Ryan being Rex Ryan.

Though training camp is only two days old, the players and head coach Mike McCarthy like the new one-a-day practice schedule so far.

Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy has joined the negotiations between the league and the former players union. What does that mean?

Despite all the stupidity this off-season, Andrew Garda sees some proof that maybe someone involved in the Labor Strife of 2011 is thinking ahead.

Andrew Garda and CHTV got some love on friend of the site Cecil Lammey's weekend radio show in Denver Sunday. They covered Aaron Rodgers & Labor Mini Camps, Jon Gruden: QB Guru and Labor Talks and more!

As the NFL files it's motion to dismiss the Brady case and people talk of a September hearing, Andrew Garda cautions you to not read too much into it.

Less than a week to go - Garda takes you around the league for more mocks, an interview with a very sharp small-school running back and a few odds and ends in this week's Round-Up.

In an interview with the NFL Nework linebacker A.J. Hawk said he's not sure if he'll be back with the Packers in 2011.

The NFL and the NFLPA have agreed to have a federal mediator assist them in their negotiations. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Until a new Collective Bargaining Agreement is in place, the Packers wouldn't be able to trade Matt Flynn or Nick Barnett, even if they wanted to.

Head coach Mike McCarthy said preparations for the NFL Draft will take place as usual, but beyond that, it's a game of wait and see.

Roger Goodell and the NFL had a golden opportunity to make their real case in the CBA battle with the Players Union today at Lambeau. Unfortunately for football fans everywhere, what we got was more of the same.

Talking Chillar extension, Hawk, Collins, CBA and tags...