A person with knowledge of the names tells The Associated Press that Patriots defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth is one of eight players who could be suspended under the league’s conduct policy for incidents during the lockout.
Robert Kraft is ready to start his 18th season as Patriots owner after a tough summer.
The NFL’s first work stoppage since 1987 is now over after player reps for all 32 teams voted unanimously to approve the new collective bargaining agreement.
Now that the Lockout is over, what can we expect to see from the Patriots? Felger & Massarotti check out some free agents that could fill some spots for the Patriots.
Player representatives for all 32 teams voted unanimously to approve the new collective bargaining agreement. Commissioner Goodell and Executive Director of the NFLPA DeMaurice Smith held a press conference in Washington D.C. to announce the end of the lockout.
Felger and Massarotti opened the show discussing the end of the NFL Lockout. A CBA has been reached between the players and owners. Who has lost more?
With the NFL Lockout appearing to be at an end, Gresh & Zo started with the news of Tully Banta-Cain’s injury. What kind of effect will this have on the Patriots pass rush, and what kind of moves will the Patriots have to make to fill that hole?
A new collective bargaining agreement to end the NFL lockout has been agreed upon, according to a report from CBSSports.com’s Mike Freeman.
NFL Players Association president Kevin Mawae says his group’s leadership is discussing the terms of “the most recent written proposal” from owners, but will not make any more announcements on Friday out of respect to the Kraft family.
As Sean McAdam fills in for Zo, the guys discuss the latest developments of the NFL Lockout. Last night, the NFL owners approved of a proposed deal to end the lockout. Pending a vote of the players, is the end of the lockout near?