Tag Archive: NFLPA

[VIDEO] NFL Players Take TIme To Thank Their Fans


Proper public relations efforts go a long way towards good will and the NFLPA knows it. In simple, straightforward form, a group of NFL players sat before a camera and expressed their gratitude towards the fans who stuck by them throughout the ups and downs of the lockout. Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth summed …

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BREAKING: NFL Lockout Ends, Let The Games Begin

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The 2011-12 NFL season can now commence. Player reps have unanimously agreed to accept the ratified collective bargaining agreement set forth by the league’s owners. The lockout is over. NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith and Commissioner Roger Goodell held a press conference today to announce the good news. From USA Today, details of the new …

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NFLPA ‘Rookie Debut’ Is Class of 2011 Right of Passage

April 28-30th will mark a family reunion of sorts for the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA). Players from the past, present, and future will come together in New York City prior to the NFL Draft in an effort to strengthen bonds, forge new relationships, and welcome the incoming players in to the fold.

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Let Them Play – Can the NFLPA Avert a Lockout?

Today, the NFLPA launched the campaign – Let Us Play Day. This is an opportunity for the players and fans of the National Football League to stand up and have their voices heard on a topic that can have serious implications on the game of professional football – A LOCKOUT. The all out blitz (no …

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