The chance that the Miami Dolphins will be playing this football season may have improved late Monday afternoon, and a federal judge in Minneapolis ruled in favor of the NFL Players Association and lifted the lockout by the NFL owners.
New numbers from the Labor Department could help spur more job growth in South Florida and across the nation. The nation’s unemployment rate fell to a two-year low of 8.8 percent in March.
After spending the last 16 days in mediated talks, the National Football League appears headed towards the first work stoppage since 1987.
Usually, I don’t partake much of sports talk radio. This morning, I decided to listen in to the Jorge Sedano show (cheap plug) and heard more chicken little’s than I’ve ever heard.
March 3 may not be an important day for many people, but for NFL fans, it will either be the day the lockout was avoided, or the day professional football stopped.