Category Archives: NFL

NFLPA does the right thing – denies greed, avoids potential for a 1987 re-make
March 16, 2020

It’s been 33 years, but the lesson remains – a union of professional athletes that believe they run the show will learn the painful lesson that there are advantages to ownership. The NFLPA ratified the new collective bargaining agreement by a slim margin of 60 votes, so there will be football without interruption through the next […]

Philip Rivers to the Colts a fun rumor – but a terrible fit in reality
February 27, 2020

“Indy would be perfect for Philip Rivers.”  “From Bolts to Colts!”  “Rivers flowing to Indianapolis.”  We’ve heard it all during the first few days of rumor mongering at the NFL Scouting Combine.  None of it makes any sense. The combination of media, agents, free time, and cocktails in Indianapolis causes the occasional odd rumor to gather […]