NFL clubs approved today the terms of a comprehensive settlement of litigation and a new 10-year collective bargaining agreement with the NFL Players Association.
The vote was taken at a league meeting in Atlanta where the clubs were briefed on the terms of the agreement and the rules for the transition into the new League Year. The agreement must be ratified by the NFL Players Association in order for the league year to begin. Continue reading NFL's Full Statement Press Release of Dates and Details Of New Deal
I love James Harrison. There is nothing more interesting than hearing a professional athlete say exactly what his peers are thinking. Harrison is not a stranger to fines and absolutely loves making incredibly controversial statements to the media. No matter who you are, if he has an issue with you, expect to hear about it face to face or when you get a Google alert about a new interview of his.
In a recent interview with Men’s Journal, Harrison obliterates Goodell stating that he would not even piss on him if the commissioner were on fire.
“My rep is James Harrison, mean son of a b—- who loves hitting the hell out of people,” he says. “But up until last year, there was no word of me being dirty — till Roger Goodell, who’s a crook and a puppet, said I was the dirtiest player in the league. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn’t do it. I hate him and will never respect him.”
He goes on to throw shade Big Ben’s way because of the two interceptions he threw in the Superbowl and another teammate, Rashard Mendenhall, labeling him a ‘fumble machine’. I understand being bitter about losing on such a big stage like the Superbowl, but athletes are becoming more and more prone to have a bowel movement through their jaws. Continue reading James Harrison Says He Would Not Piss On Roger Goodell If He Was On Fire
Since Ray Lewis is one of the most violent players on the field, I will take his word for the violence taking place off of it. All jokes aside, it seems pretty honest that he thinks crime will rise due to the cancellation of the NFL season.
Via ESPN NFL
“Do this research if we don’t have a season — watch how much evil, which we call crime, watch how much crime picks up, if you take away our game,” Lewis told ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio. “There’s too many people that live through us, people live through us,” he said. “Yeah, walk in the streets, the way I walk the streets, and I’m not talking about the people you see all the time.” Continue reading Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Lewis Feels Crime Rate Will Rise Because of NFL Lockout