Sheilla Dingus: The Lawyers’ Feeding Frenzy

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. We’re watching the REAL fight now that Judge Brody has declared the concussion lawsuit as … Continue reading

Another “Random” Drug Test for James Harrison

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The Harvard Football Players’ Health Study: A Critique by Brad Sohn

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. This was a guest post from Paul Anderson’s NFL Concussion Litigation Blog and is re-posted … Continue reading

Why Football Will Never Go Away

With so much attention finally being placed on concussions and lawsuits, there has been a lot of discussion about the end of football (and many other professional sports). And the NFL is a $13 billion industry today (and projected to … Continue reading

Why Should We Keep Paying for Stadiums?

I generally don’t watch John Oliver but on rare occasion, he nails it! This recent rant on how cities get conned into forcing all of us to fund sports stadiums that ultimately only help the team owners. If they’re rich … Continue reading

Hall of Fame Wives and Widows Letter to NFL

On March 9, 2015, 26 wives and widows of NFL Hall of Fame inductees from over the years sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and David Baker, president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, as well as … Continue reading

How the NFLPA Votes

Well, as of last night, DeMaurice Smith is Executive Director of the NFLPA once again for 3 more years. And according to media articles now coming out, it was unanimous. But we also know how these people always vote: Unanimously. … Continue reading

Patrick Hruby: Who Ruined the NFL Players Union?

 EDITOR’S NOTE: With the NFLPA Executive Director position up for voting this weekend – in Maui once again no less – there are more questions than answers when it comes to the State of the Union (pun intended). Patrick Hruby … Continue reading

Patrick Hruby: The NFL Union Head Election is Turning Ugly and Shady

EDITOR’S NOTE: In case any of you have forgotten, the NFLPA Executive Director gig is coming up for election in Hawaii. Patrick Hruby provides us with a great post on the candidates and the real issues that the players – retired … Continue reading

Opt Out List for NFL Concussion Lawsuit Settlement Offer

You would think even this many retired players and their families filing Opt Outs from the NFL concussion lawsuit settlement “offer” would have been enough to persuade the judge to move this case into a full trial complete with discovery. … Continue reading

James Acho & Sean Gilbert File NFLPA Platforms

Attorney James Acho (from the law firm Cummings McClorey Davis & Acho) and retired NFL player Sean Gilbert (LA Rams/St Louis Rams, Washington, Carolina Panthers, Oakland Raiders) have each submitted their platforms as part of the process in running for … Continue reading

A New Hat in the Ring

Just received a copy of this letter in my Inbox this morning. I wasn’t surprised to see attorney Jim Acho finally taking that leap into the quagmire called the NFLPA. With DeMaurice Smith’s five-year term finally expiring this Spring, team … Continue reading

John Hogan: Some Thoughts and Concerns About the NFL Concussion Settlement

…from a Disability Attorney’s Perspective EDITOR’S NOTE: Our friend and long-time advocate for retired players, John Hogan, has been a successful practicing attorney specializing in Social Security and Disability cases from his office in Atlanta. John has represented many retired … Continue reading

The NFL was Right: Football Players Die Young

In an ironic twist, the NFL has now been shown to be right. But in a way that no one could have ever imagined. … Continue reading

Just Trust Us…

. The courts in the Dryer vs NFL Films lawsuit could not have done a better job of making a bad situation worse by enabling the NFL and its crew of lawyers to muddy up the waters even more by … Continue reading