It appears that the recent anthem policy changes that were made at the last set of owners meetings has come under fire and scrutiny again. This time the league is facing opposition from the NFL Pla…
by: The Heat Index, azcentral sports — The Arizona Republic 10 Jul
The NFLPA announced on Tuesday that the players union had filed a grievance against the National Football League over it's new anthem policy.
by: Michael Colangelo — USA Today: Touchdown Wire 10 Jul
The NFL is going through a ratings decline. That simply can not be debated. The facts are the facts and the NFL struggled to hit its previous historic numbers in 2017. The reasons why fewer people …
Cardinals President Michael Bidwill, Who Wants To Get Back To Football, Uses Team To Make Political Statement
by: Samer Kalaf — Deadspin 10 Jul
As the case of Colin Kaepernick has shown, silent demonstration is employment poison in the NFL. If a person wants to push their political views, it’s best to be in charge of a team, so they can also co-opt said team’s website and Twitter account to...
by: Associated Press sports staff — Cleveland.com 10 Jul
The union says that the new policy, which the league imposed without consultation with the NFLPA, is inconsistent with the collective bargaining agreement and infringes on players' rights.
by: Associated Press — Dallas Morning News 10 Jul
NEW YORK (AP) -- The NFL Players Association filed a grievance with the league on Tuesday challenging its national anthem policy.The union says...
by: Chris Chavez July 10, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 10 Jul
The NFLPA will meet with the NFL soon about a solution.
by: Bob.Hille@performgroup.com (Bob Hille) — Sporting News 10 Jul
The union's statement says that the sides will try to arrive at a solution, via negotiations, before the grievance lands in court.
by: Jess Root — USA Today: Cards Wire 10 Jul
Many fans and analysts believe this story is hypocritical when owners have claimed to want politics out of sports.
by: Sarah Ellison — NFL: Baltimore Ravens 10 Jul
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by: Bryan Perez — NBC Sports Chicago 10 Jul
Second-year safety Eddie Jackson is primed to make the jump from surprising rookie to NFL superstar in the Chicago Bears' secondary.