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By Glenn Erby On Saturday, September 8th, 2012
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Jerry Jones Would Prefer An 18 Game Season

Talk of an 18 game NFL season died down after the new collective bargaining agreement was signed last off-season. With Talks heating up about the fans and players disdain for so many preseason games, and the More...

By BSO Staff On Sunday, November 27th, 2011
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Full Summary of NBA and Players CBA Tentative Agreement

For all you hardcore basketball nerds out there who obsess over things like amnesty clauses, luxury tax thresholds, Bird Rights, base-year compensation, mid-level and stretch exceptions and the likes, here’s More...

By On Tuesday, July 26th, 2011
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New NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement Highlights Player Safety

The NFL lockout is over and the CBA is signed, sealed and delivered. We will have football peace for at least 10 years. Thank goodness. The collective bargaining agreement is 200 pages long and way too detailed More...

By BSO Staff On Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
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Jets Bart Scott Said Eliminating Two-A-Days is “Wimping Out”

Ever since Jets linebacker Bart Scott said this infamous line, “Can’t Wait!” I look forward to another funny/crazy/controversial statement from Mr. Scott. I wasn’t disappointed. Bart wasn’t too please More...

By On Tuesday, July 19th, 2011
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Drew Brees and Peyton Manning Allegedly Request Franchise Tag Exemption

As we move closer to the National Football League and the Players agreeing to a collective bargaining agreement, reports are flying furiously about the remaining roadblocks. The most interesting roadblock to date More...

By On Monday, July 18th, 2011
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No Upcoming Meetings Between NBA Owners and Players

In any negotiations; whether it’s between nations, two people, or groups of interest (Owners & Players) each side must be on the same page, in order for progress to be made between both sides.  The NFL has More...

By On Friday, July 1st, 2011
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NBA Lockout: Men Lie, Women Lie, Numbers Lie?

After enjoying the best NBA seasons since the Jordan era, we are entering a lockout. Which is quite ironic because after the successful 1998 season; the infamous jumper over Byron Russell we were faced with another More...




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