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NFL Collective Bargaining Update 4 (The End…for several years)

The CBA has officially been extended for another 6 years. The 2006 salary cap should now be $104 million instead of the $94.5 million cap that would have existed had a deal not been struck. This will save a lot of players the anguish of being cut by their respective teams. You had to figure […]

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NFL Collective Bargaining Update 3 (When Will This End?)

Free Agency in the NFL has ONCE AGAIN been extended right before the deadline was reached (last scheduled for Midnight Sunday). With a 72 hour delay on the start of free agency, it seems as though one of 2 outcomes are plausible. On Wednesday at Midnight, free agency will begin or there will be yet […]

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NFL Collective Bargaining Update 2

Deadline for free agency is now midnight Sunday.  We may see a new CBA within that time.  Why else would the deadline have been extended?  The NFL world is upside down right now… [tags]nfl, cba, collective bargaining, free agent[/tags]

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NFL Collective Bargaining Update

Teams have until 10PM tonight to cut players and full under the 2006 salary cap of $94.5 million. There have already been many high quality players released by a myriad of teams, but I gaurantee that you haven’t seen anything yet. After tonight, there will be a very interesting free-agent market! [tags]nfl, cba, collective bargaining, […]

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NFL Franchise Tags

The deadline for NFL teams to secure a “Franchise Tag” on one of their best roster players is today. Once the day is over, NFL teams will have a better understanding of which players are truly on the free-agent block. Some interesting names that have not been tagged are: Drew Brees (San Diego Chargers), LeCharles […]

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Mel Kiper’s initial prediction

Mel Kiper’s current prediction on how the draft will turn out (* means underclassman): 1. Houston — *Reggie Bush, RB, USC 2. New Orleans — Matt Leinart, QB, Southern California 3. Tennessee — *Vince Young, QB, Texas 4. New York Jets — D’Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia 5. Green Bay — *Mario Williams, DE, NC State […]

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The Vincent Young Raffle

Well if Reggie Bush gets a sweepstakes, I figure Vincent Young deserves a raffle. With a 22 point Nielson-index rating (35.6 million of the 130 million American TV households watched), the entire country was able to see just how much Vincent Young meant to his undefeated Texas Longhorn team. But if he declares himself eligible […]

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The Reggie Bush Sweepstakes

So the Houston Texans officially won…by losing A LOT! The top 7 picks of the 2006 NFL Draft will be in this order: 1. Houston Texans (2-14) 2. New Orleans Saints (3-13) 3. Tennessee Titans (4-12) 4. New York Jets (4-12) 5. Green Bay Packers (4-12) 6. Oakland Raiders (4-12) 7. San Fransisco 49ers (4-12)…boy […]