After 131 days, reports are coming in Sunday that NFL players and league owners have reached an agreement on key points in a contentious 10-year collective bargaining agreement
In what can be conceived as a good sign for those wanting the lockout to end (i.e. everyone), one of the major players involved in the labor process has given us his confirmation that football is on the horizon. Per Yahoo Sports, Saints quarterback Drew Brees has sent out an email to his teammates, telling ..
On the eve of an expected vote by NFL players to approve the pending collective bargaining agreement, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees reportedly has emailed his teammates and told them it’s a done deal. The National Football Post, citing a league source, reported that Brees’ email also outlined details of when to show up ..
By now, everyone is expecting a wave of positive news Monday when the NFLPA Executive Committee plans to vote…
Inside linebacker, cornerback and quarterback are the key positions the Buffalo Bills must address when the NFL’s free-agent shopping season begins. Free agency should begin later this week — if the league and the players approve a new collective-bargaining agreement by Tuesday or Wednesday. Even if the final details take longer to resolve, it appears ..
Saints RB Ladell Betts Quick-take:A Ladell Betts was signed by the Saints after his release from the Washington Redskins in August of 2010, after theA teamA lost running back Lynell Hamilton A for the year during joint practices with the New England Patriots
This March 30, 2011, file photo shows New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees answering a question concerning the lockout of NFL football players, at a news conference in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif
Twitter AlbertBreer Will say this: Goodell and Smith deserve a lot of credit for steering their groups the last 9 days through a minefield. .. AlbertBreer … Parameters of how NFL will work til 2021 — what will be a CBA — were done 7/15. Getting from there to here = tougher than anticipated. AlbertBreer NFLPA’s Richard Berthelsen, ..
Forum: Saints News Posted By: mvtrucking Post Time: 07-24-2011 at 01:22 PM
As a result of the new collective bargaining agreement that will likely be agreed to within the next week, the salary cap for NFL teams for the 2011 season will be $120 million. Due to contracts that have been given to veterans on the team, this number could make the New Orleans Saints release some ..