The audio recording of former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams (pictured above) before New Orleans' playoff matchup with the San Francisco 49ers was made public by the press back on April 4th. The NFL players association reportedly had detailed knowledge of the audio before the press did. According to sources, it was provided to the NFLPA by former Saints linebacker...
Multiple news reports over the last 72 hours have stated that significant progress has been made in the NFL labor impasse between the owners and players. Recently, a report surfaced that DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the NFL players association, secured a secret player insurance fund if football was missed in 2011. Could that have sparked the progress in negotiations?
Could there be an 8 game NFL season? In the midst of a lockout, the league is preparing for a number of contingency plans. If the lockout isn't settled until October, a contingency plan is in place to have free-agency, training camp, and an 8 game season.
A former Mississippi State player who worked with agents says Cecil Newton told him it would take anywhere from $100,000 to $180,000 for his son, Cam Newton, to sign a scholarship with Mississippi St. ESPN.com has the story, below.
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