Who is faster, two of the National Football League’s fastest players, or the fastest land animal in the world, the cheetah?
Spirit Airlines has made a habit of creative advertising using some of the latest news stories. A few weeks ago, the Airlines had some fun with an ad that poked fun at Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and his crack. But Spirit’s ad that dealt with bullying and football, ran afoul of the NFL Players Association.
The family of the late Junior Seau has decided to donate the former NFL stars brain to researchers looking for evidence of damage as the result of concussions, according to the San Diego Chargers team chaplain Shawn Mitchell.
Miami Dolphins fans can breathe a sigh of relief because no Dolphins player made it into group of players being considered for the cover of the Madden 2013 video game.
Dozens of lawsuits from former NFL players were on full display in a federal court in Miami Thursday. The lawyers for the league are asking for the cases, which dealt with negligence and other charges, to be combined into one case.
The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has announced an expedited schedule of hearings in the case Brady vs. NFL, which will determine if the NFL lockout can continue or if it must end.
It wasn’t quite business as usual Friday morning at the Miami Dolphins complex in Davie; but it’s the closest the league has had since the lockout started last month.
Federal Judge Susan Nelson enjoined the NFL from having a lockout, but the process is still a long way from clearing the way for business as usual in the league.
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.
Both sides in the NFL lockout are finally set to begin court-ordered mediated talks to reach a collective-bargaining agreement. But, the NFLPA may be starting to crack as players run into problem of having no cash during the lockout.