What does the NFL Lockout mean to you?
just curious as to what the fans are thinking...you can also visit my latest hub on it
Until it gets to August...probably not much other than a bunch of overpaid athletes arguing with a bunch of overpaid sports executives.
Not that the NFL needs publicity, but could this be some ploy to generate interest in the NFL during their off months. Talk shows and ESPN have tons of coverage now that would have been spent on basketball, baseball, and hockey. Roger Goodell just might be an evil genius.
I'm with Tom. It's May, I'm not really thinking about Football, and being a Vikes fan, it will probably just be another painful season...
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
According to ESPN, the league claimed to have proposed a deal that deemed by them to be more than fair to the players, and far exceeded many of the players demands. However, the players claim they don't mind taking a pay cut, but they want to look at the owners books to find out why it's...
by Jon Peterz 7 years ago
The NBA lockout is getting very serious. They just canceled 43 pre-season games and training camps will be delayed. There does not seem to be any progress or sense of urgency to salvage the season, yet. Fans of course have the NCAA,but this could really do some long term damage to...
by I am DB Cooper 7 years ago
The NBA lockout has now started, and it threatens the 2011-2012 season, but does anybody care? It seems to be an afterthought on the sports pages, with the NFL lockout getting far more attention. I know I won't care if the NBA doesn't have a season. I prefer watching college basketball anyway. The...
by Nickalooch 7 years ago
Do you think the NFL Lockout will end soon and not affect the regular season?National Football League
by Shari 7 years ago
NFL owners ratified a proposal to end their lockout by a 31-0 vote, according to the NFL Network.Let the trades begin !!!I am one happy fan right now!!!
by JoeFisher 8 years ago
Do you think the NFL will go into a lockout in 2011?
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