Bob Stein on the NFL Films Dental Plan

EDITOR’S NOTE: We just received this update from Bob Stein on the NFL Films Dental Plan so posting it now to keep everyone informed! To my fellow retired players – The Dryer v. NFL Settlement Agreement called for NFL payments … Continue reading

Your Opt Out Opt Out Options?

. By now, many of you who submitted your Opt Out paperwork in the Dryer vs NFL Films proposed Settlement Offer have received your 2-page form just in case you might be confused or changed your minds. Mine arrived last … Continue reading

You REALLY Can’t Make This Stuff Up!

A new copy of Hausfeld’s “The Voice” went out yesterday with a copy of Judge Magnuson’s order from the week before. We posted that order in an earlier post – click HERE to read the Judge’s full order from Sept. … Continue reading

SIX vs ZERO: Why We Oppose the NFL Settlement

EDITOR’S NOTE: The original six plaintiffs in the NFL (Films) Lawsuit just released their official overview on why they remain opposed to the proposed Settlement Offer. . Why We Oppose the NFL Settlement By Fred Dryer, Elvin Bethea, Dan Pastorini, … Continue reading

Rick Eber: Knowing Right from Wrong

EDITOR’S NOTE: This post came in from Rick Eber in answer to Jerry Sherk’s comments on our Monday Morning Chuckle post – click HERE to read first. . Jerry, . I agree with your thinking. Good call. . Let me … Continue reading

Objections Filed in Dryer vs NFL Films Settlement Offer

Objections against the NFL Films Settlement offer have been arriving at the court in Minnesota. Here are a couple of recent examples. . Former tight end and Super Bowl champion (New England Patriots 2004) Jed Weaver’s letter to the court … Continue reading

Full Snow Storm Again in the Summer

So we just pointed out how the NFL is now cranking up full court press on their own network and website with Jim Brown promoting the NFL Films Settlement Offer along with its Common Good Fund. We’ve also already pointed … Continue reading

NFL: Making Up Their Own Rules as They Go

. Is it just us or do these people at the NFL (and the NFLPA) always live by a completely different set of rules that only apply to them? We’ve had every dirty trick in the book thrown at us … Continue reading

Gregg Bingham: My $600,000 Headache

. OK. Got your attention now? That guy with all the staples on the back of his head is… me. This picture was taken four years ago in 2009 after I finally came out of a 3-week coma. During that … Continue reading

Vote Now!

Thanks to all of you for a great response to our NFL Films Poll so far! But we need everyone’s help to pass this along to all our old teammates wherever they are. We’re sure many of you may “not … Continue reading

Rick Eber: Why I’m Opting Out

Dave, . Here are my thoughts and decisions related to the Publicity Rights settlement proposal. . I have decided to exclude myself from the proposed settlement for the following reasons: . 1. I detest the emotional extortion or guilt built … Continue reading

Proposed Dryer vs NFL (Films) Settlement Offer: Your Options

By now, many of you should have already received a copy of the Dryer vs NFL (Films) Settlement Order overview and options. For those of you who haven’t received it yet or who may not be on their mailing lists, … Continue reading

NFL Films Poll: Good Deal or Bad Deal?

We’re encouraging each and every retired player to take a minute and express your opinion on the NFL Films Settlement Offer. As most of you who have been following the case already know, the NFL is doing everything they can … Continue reading

How Stupid Do They Think Retired Players Are?

Well, it’s been over a week since we were last threatened by Dan Gustafson’s office. And the paperwork citing your options has now gone out to all those retired players that can be located. At least that’s what one would … Continue reading

Billions or Millions? Who Really Knows?

So here we go again. We received a 6-page letter from Dan Gustafson of Gustafson Gluek PLLC with an additional 33-page attachment from the long-winded proposed Settlement Offer in the Dryer vs NFL Films lawsuit. Rather than attaching the selected … Continue reading