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SB Nation Interviews NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell


Last week, several of SB Nation's football writers had the chance to chat with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Here's the transcript of that chat.

Injunction Hearing On April 6th


Which likely means absolutely no meaningful negotiations until then. Huzzah.

Union Files For Decertification


Goodbye, negotiations. Hello, court. Probably!

What's Next In The NFL Labor Saga


Advantage: players. A nice rundown from the best author that I've read on this issue, even if he writes for the four-letter.

Michael Silver: Owners' Refusal To Open The Books While Refusing To Budge In Other Areas Could Be Disastrous


The NFLPA wants ten years' worth of financial info, and the owners don't want to give it to 'em. Impasse?

Sources: Agreement Reached On Rookie Wage Scale


"According to two sources familiar with the negotiations, the league and the union have reached a basic compromise on a rookie wage scale that will replace the current rookie salary cap. The owners backed off the idea of requiring first-round picks to sign five-year deals, instead limiting the contracts to four years before a player could become a free agent. The agreement is also expected to include a stipulation limiting the amount of guaranteed money and signing bonus offered to draft picks."

PUT YOUR NAME ON IT: When Will The NFL And NFLPA Agree To A New Collective Bargaining Agreement?


When do you think the NFL and NFLPA will agree to a new CBA? Vote in the poll at BRB and see what other fans are saying.

NFL And NFLPA Agree To One Week Extension Of CBA Expiration Deadline


ESPN reports that the 24-hour extension in CBA talks has now morphed into a one-week extension. What to make of it?

NFL And NFLPA Agree To 24-Hour Extension Of CBA Expiration Deadline


ESPN reports that the NFL and NFLPA agree to a 24 hour extension of the CBA expiration deadline.

Eric Winston Has An Interesting Idea About Expanding League Revenue


For all the talk about an 18 game season and the need to expand NFL revenue, Eric Winston champions a very interesting alternative route for growing the revenue pie.

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