NFL Labor Dispute
Bert Breer of the NFL Network spoke with Toucher & Rich Friday about the latest in the NFL lockout Friday.
Zo and Roche kick off Happy Hour talking about the NFL labor dispute and NFL players speaking out against Roger Goodell.
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft sent out a letter to Patriots season ticket holders apologizing for the current labor situation and assuring fans he remains confident there will be a 2011 season.
On this edition of Felger and Massarotti, Tony returns from his short visit to sunny Fort Myers, FL to talk about the latest regarding the NFL Labor dispute.
Bert Breer spoke with Toucher & Rich about the NFL labor negotiations and the union decertified. Will there be football this season?
Patriots fans are not the only people who would be disappointed if there is no football this season.
Chris Gasper of the Boston Globe joined Felger and Massarotti to talk about the NFL Labor dispute. Whose side are you on?
Although the NFL and NFLPA decided to extend the collective bargaining by 24 hours on Thursday, nobody feels very comfortable that a deal will get done before the deadline expires.
If the NFL Players Union were to decertify, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and guard Logan Mankins would be at the front of the line to battle the NFL, according to reports.
Deadlines no longer are in the distance for the NFL and the players’ union. The collective bargaining agreement expires Thursday night, and the owners could lock out the players.