no football nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Adam Schefter tweeted this at 4pm
"Owners and NFLPA meeting now -- the last gasp to try to make something happen."
It is not looking good either. According to the Boston Globe:
"One day after the sides sparred vocally over the key point in financial transparency, they had a fruitless and frustrating day of negotiations.
And then, as the clock ticked down, they took shots at each other again."
I don't know what I will do on Sundays during the winter without football. It is always a great excuse to lay around all day
What? What the heck you on about Greek One?
2011 AFL Premiership Season
Thursday 24th March, the MIGHTY Blues - The CARLTON Football Club, will kick Richmond Tigers arse in the season opener!!!! woot, love competition, love footy.....
Wait did I just sound like an advert?
Oh my confused friends, you guys are just newbies to the game.. REAL, authentic football is CANADIAN FOOTBALL...
First documented football game was played at the University of Toronto on the present site of University College (400 yards west of Queen's Park) on November 9. One of the participants in the game involving University of Toronto students was (Sir) William Mulock, later it's Chancellor.
Earl Grey, the Governor-General of Canada, donated a trophy for the Rugby Football Championship of Canada. The trophy, which subsequently became known as the Grey Cup, was originally open to competition only for teams that were registered with the Canada Rugby Union. Since 1954 only the teams of the CFL have challenged for the Grey Cup.
The Toronto Argonauts are a professional Canadian football team competing in the East Division of the Canadian Football League. The Toronto, Ontario based team was founded in 1873 and are one of the oldest existing professional sports teams in North America after the Cubs (1870) and the Braves (1871) of Major League Baseball
ummm guys, we are talking the NFL here . .that would be the National Football League, you know the league brings us that championship game known as the Super Bowl and the day is now considered a de facto American national holiday,otherwise known as
"Super Bowl Sunday"
Unfortunately After 16 days of talks mediated by the director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, the NFL and the players' union could not reach agreement on a new labor deal. Players union disbanded and it looks like they are heading to court ;(
According to the AP:
"By decertifying, the union has cleared the way for individual players to file antitrust lawsuits against the NFL, which opted out of the CBA in 2008. It has renounced its right to represent the players in contract bargaining."
The players' union even took its website down, emphasizing that it no longer represents the players —
If you want to see NFL games next season, do your part as a fan and help Block the Lockout by signing the Petition here:
Australian football became organized in Melbourne in May 1859, when the first laws of the game were published by the Melbourne Football Club. this is the start of Australian Rules Football.
Shari the NFL season is over its time for the other codes around the world now
"Australian football became organized in Melbourne in May 1859, when the first laws of the game were published by the Melbourne Football Club. this is the start of Australian Rules Football."
That was just to keep the convicts organized and busy
OH NO. NFL owners commence lockout of players. http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011 … ut_of.html
Heya folks, getting back to the NFL for the moment. From what I am picking up (very little info I have read so far, but I feel I have the gist of the current CBA fallout) If a deal is not struck and passed between the players and the NFL very soon, is there a possibility of the teams and players ditching the NFL and starting a rival league?
my question is how can vonn miller put his name on a lawsuit when hes not in the NFL???? I think they'll work somethingout by the summer!
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