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NFL: Graham’s Twitter Account Says He’s a Tight End

If it's on Twitter...is it automatically true?

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NFLPA, Players Don’t Want Tagliabue Either!

The players in the New Orleans Saints bounty program succeeded in getting commissioner Roger Goodell to recuse himself.

Now, they want the same for his predecessor.

The NFL Players Association, along with four current and former Saints players, have filed a motion in U

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Drew Brees Wins Franchise Tag Grievance

The stalemate in negotiations between the New Orleans Saints and quarterback Drew Brees may pick up steam today as an arbitrator ruled in favor of Brees and his franchise tag greivance. The result gives Brees and agent Tom Condon more leverage moving...

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NFLPA Sues NFL For Collusion

The quarrelsome relationship between the NFL Players Association and the NFL continues to go downward. Last week, New Orleans Saints LB Jonathan Vilma sued NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for defamation. Today, the NFLPA filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the league and its owners conspired in collusion to establish a secret salary cap in 2010. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello responded to the lawsuit, saying...

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NFL, Players Disagree On Context Of Bounty Email

The Associated Press acquired an infamous e-mail that convicted felon Mike Ornstein sent the Saints coaching staff when he was in prison last September. The e-mail has been cited by the NFL as an important piece of evidence in the "bountygate" investigation. As has been the norm, the NFL and the accused players definitively disagree on the context of Ornstein's e-mail, in which he references putting $5,000 on (Aaron) Rodgers. Ornstein claims...

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4 Players Banned For Bountygate, Vilma Banned For Season

The NFL suspended four players Wednesday for their role in "bountygate." Current New Orleans Saints Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith, and former Saints Scott Fujita and Anthony Hargrove have received bans for the upcoming season. Vilma has been suspended for the entire 2012 season, effective immediately.

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Report: Saints Player Penalties Will be After NFL Draft

Expect an appeal from the NFLPA

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NFL Owners to Vote Today

The word is NFL owners will vote on a new collective bargaining agreement before 4:30, Central time, this afternoon.

Players will then have a conference call around 7pm to discuss ratification and how

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Secret Insurance Fund Helped NFLPA

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?

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NFL Labor Talks Moving “Backwards”

Just when everyone thought the NFL lockout might be in its last days, it appears as though talks have stalled.

According to sources, players are accusing owners of going back on a proposal that wou

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