• What’s your thoughts on the NFL labor troubles.

  • Official Q&A 2007 AAR League

    It is incorrect to call this labor troubles. It is not a strike. This did not start with the workers.

    Union busting is union busting. It is simply owners attempting to increase their profits at the expense of their employees. Employees that are frequently physically broken and who lose years from their lives for their jobs. No one goes to the games or tunes in on TV to see the owners. No sympathy for the owners here.

    Nice analysis here.


  • well I am hopeful that after the heels tire of being dug in (from both sides), that some common sense will prevail and some sort of season will be the result.

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  • @frimmel:

    It is incorrect to call this labor troubles. It is not a strike. This did not start with the workers.

    Union busting is union busting. It is simply owners attempting to increase their profits at the expense of their employees. Employees that are frequently physically broken and who lose years from their lives for their jobs. No one goes to the games or tunes in on TV to see the owners. No sympathy for the owners here.

    Nice analysis here.

    Every player in the NFL knows the risk that playing football has. Sixty percent of revenue going to the players is rather high. Somewhere between forty and fifty percent sounds better.

    Both sides should be able to agree on a rookie cap.

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