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Score One For The Little Guy

The NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) expires after the 2010 season, and among other points up for debate–including revenue sharing and a rookie pay scale–the NFLPA may want to push for a new anti-doping policy whose disciplinary measures don’t effectively make League Commissioner Roger Goodell judge, jury and executioner all at once. U.S. District Judge […]

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Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up

Happy Halloween!  Got an original costume idea that you will be showing off tonight?  Let’s hear about it in the comments.  I decided to come back home to South Florida instead of going up to Jacksonville for the big Florida vs. Georgia game.  In fact, I am writing this post as my cute little dog […]

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The Cost Of Collusion

If it smells like collusion, and it looks like collusion, minus it not tasting like collusion, it probably is collusion.  At least that is what Jeff Borris, Barry Bonds’ agent, has been preaching for a while now.  And it finally seems like the MLBPA is going to take up Barry’s cause.  Well…eventually.  While the MLBPA […]

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The Pirates Got Boras’ed

While I was frantically trying to find a class to substitute the terrible Child Support Enforcement Law that I dropped yesterday, I received an IM from Brian Foley of  I had read headlines about Pedro Alvarez yesterday, but had not checked the full story yet.  He wanted a quote, so this is what I […]

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Practice Makes Perfect

The majority of people on this site are looking to represent players from one of the big four (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL). When it comes time to represent a major client, how many contracts will you have negotiated? Well now, thanks to’s Fantasy Basketball Mock GM game, you can practice your agent skills against […]

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Paying The Price: The NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement

In March 2006, NFL Owners voted almost unanimously, 30-2, to accept the NFLPA’s final proposal to extend its collective bargaining agreement (CBA). On May 20, 2008, NFL Owners unanimously voted to opt of that same agreement, meaning the current collective bargaining agreement will expire in 2011 instead of 2013. Now, many questions linger about the […]

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This NFL CBA Talk Could Take A While

We would all be acting ignorant if we were to take at face value what the higher-ups in the NFLPA are spitting at us: that increasing rookie salaries is not one of the main issues of pending talks between the players and owners and instead one relevant issue among many. Yes, there are many issues […]

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NFL Collective Bargaining Answers

Have not been able to get much sleep since the announcement that the NFL owners opted out of the Collective Bargaining Agreement? Doubtful. But if you are a fan, agent, player, or personnel related to the NFL, there is some information that you should be aware of. Luckily, the NFL recently put together a Q&A […]

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(CB)A – League

Good news today as the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) and the Football Federation Australia (FFA) came to a historic agreement: The first A-League CBA. [FFA create bargaining agreement] The A-League has been in operation for 3 seasons (or ‘versions’ as it is more commonly referred to), and while there have not been major problems in […]

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More On The Upshaw Upheaval

Gene Upshaw is trying to get some retired players who are known to support the current NFLPA Executive Director back into the union to support him as reports about disunity continue to surface. Trace Armstrong has already accepted Upshaw’s invitation. While this may be a good move for Upshaw in his attempt to retain his […]