Here’s the 2017 NFLPA LM-2

Here we go with this year’s LM-2 filing for the NFLPA just released at the end of May. 525 pages this year! Quick Glance: They now report 9,065 members compared to last year’s total of 6,542 members. And they closed … Continue reading

Almost Forgot! NFLPA 2015 – 2016 LM-2

Forgot to check on the Dept of Labor’s posts for annual LM-2’s and sure enough, the NFLPA’s latest filing was on May 27, 2016. So once again, your Union at work for you retired players. It looks like membership is … Continue reading

2014 NFLPA Dept of Labor LM-2

How could we resist? The NFLPA’s 2014 LM-2 filed with the Dept. of Labor has finally become publicly available. Lots of good reading here. The player payments section seems to be larger than in past distributions and of course, expenses … Continue reading

And About Those NFL Concussion Studies…

Here’s why we’re so excited about Dr. Amen’s offer to provide free brain scans which will be included in his upcoming study of football concussions. Many of you guys have already signed up but if you haven’t done so already, … Continue reading

Amen Clinic Offering Free Brain Scans for Independent Study on NFL Brain Injuries!

Here’s your personal invitation from Dr. Kristen Willeumier from the Amen Clinics to arrange an appointment to receive your free brain scan for their new study specifically focused on NFL football players’ concussions. NOTE: This study is completely independent of … Continue reading

Burning Down the House that Gene Upshaw Built

A few months ago, the media reported that newly-elected NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith had returned to D.C. from another road trip meeting with active players, only to find his office engulfed in flames. (Read that post from June HERE.) … Continue reading

It’s here! The 2008 NFLPA LM-2!

Getting our hands on the NFLPA’s 2007 LM-2 financial report to the US Dept. of Labor was as close as we can get to a forensic audit of how the Union spent (or misspent) everyone’s money (read that post from … Continue reading

This Just In: Inquiring Minds Want to Know!

The Associated Press just received a copy of a letter from four members of Congress asking the Department of Labor to monitor the NFL Players’ Association’s search for a new executive director. From Forbes’ website: “We would like to ensure … Continue reading

Bernie Parrish to Commissioner Goodell: What retired players want

As most of you now know, Bernie Parrish played a key role in the successful players’ litigation against the NFLPA and Players Inc. in San Francisco. Around the same time, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced what appeared to be a … Continue reading