Former Bucs kicker Lawrence Tynes is suing the Bucs for causing a MRSA infection that ended his football career. Here's why it matters for all NFL players.
DeMaurice Smith had three contenders for the executive director's job with the NFL Player's Assocation last time around, and there are four this time.
The University of South Florida will be represented by four Bulls at the 2015 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Saturday, January 17 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. This is a premiere post-season all-star game for draft-eligible college players
There’s been quite a bit of controversy surrounding Adrian Peterson lately and it doesn’t seem like that will be changing anytime soon. In most recent news, the NFL Players Association is taking action for Peterson. They are not satisfied
We are in the second and final day of testimony in the Ray Rice in his hearing NFLPA appeal of the suspension by the NFL is winding down. Rice, his wife Janay Palmer-Rice, the Baltimore Ravens president Dick Cass
Sunday morning NFLPA attorneys requested to talk to Roger Goodell, who could be an essential witness in Ray Rice's appeal, but NFL attorneys declined.
The Ray Rice appeal has been pushed back and now, the NFLPA wants their own investigation on the matter. According to Darin Gantt of Pro Football Talk, the union plans to conduct their own investigation to figure out the
I’m not going to pontificate here about Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, Greg Hardy, etc. and what they should and should not be subject to. That has been over-covered at this point. But the larger issue with the NFL at
The NFL and NFL Players Association have reached agreement on wide-ranging improvements to their policy on performance enhancing substances
There had been some talk that the NFL and the NFLPA had come to an agreement on a new drug testing policy. However according to Greg Aiello that deal isn’t completely finalized. Aiello said that there is still more