NFLPA's DeflateGate Legal Fees Reached $3.5 Million ... Before Hiring Ted OlsonIn news that does not come as a surprise but is now nevertheless official, the DeflateGate legal battle cost a whole lot of money.
Brady Reportedly Gives NFLPA OK To Move Forward With DeflateGate AppealYou didn't think DeflateGate was really over, did you?
NFLPA: Roger Goodell's League Office 'Is Bad For Our Business And Bad For Our Game'The NFLPA delivered a blunt insult to commissioner Roger Goodell as part of its brief statement after Tom Brady was denied in court.
NFLPA Not Willing To Simply Bow To NFL's Demands On Player Interviews In PED InvestigationWith two very high-profile disputes still working through high levels of the judicial system, the NFLPA is seemingly intent on preventing a few more from reaching that point.
NFLPA President Roasts Roger Goodell For Saying Stupid Things About Laremy Tunsil At NFL DraftRoger Goodell said stupid things again. The NFLPA publicly roasted him, again.
Tom Brady Led All NFL Players In Merchandise Sold In 2015-16 SeasonEverybody (not named Roger) loves Thomas.
Report: NFL Owners Withheld Roughly $120 Million From Players, Arbitrator RulesIn a league so hungry for more, a recent ruling by an arbitrator found that the owners improperly withheld about $120 million from players over the past three years.
DeflateGate Settlement Talks Continued Thursday Without Brady, GoodellLawyers for the NFLPA and NFL met with Judge Berman for two hours on Thursday, but no settlement was reached.
Brady, NFL Bring Their DeflateGate Fight To Federal CourtIt's actually happening. The DeflateGate mess has somehow made it all the way to Federal court.
Judge Berman Encourages NFL, NFLPA To Continue Settlement Talks; Plans Meeting For 10:30 a.m. WednesdayU.S. District Judge Richard Berman continues to push for a settlement.
Takeaways From Transcript Of Tom Brady's TestimonyTom Brady stated multiple times, under oath, that he had no knowledge of any plan to deflate any footballs.
NFLPA Seeks Pre-Motion Conference With NFL Instead Of Filing InjunctionOne way or another, the NFLPA wants the Tom Brady matter settled before Sept. 4.