Adding one more to the collection
Fighting Amish wrote:
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what EVERYONE wants to hear: players and owners still arguing over some issues in CBA:drug testing and player discipline being haggled over
wingoz trey wingo
Steelers Ryan Clark on Roger Goodell having total control on player conduct discipline/fines : " that's a deal breaker for us". #goodtimes
The players formally voted to ratify the NFL's new Collective Bargaining Agreement on Thursday.
Veteran free agent pickups are now allowed to practice, and the new agreement includes HGH testing in a major victory for the league. HGH tests will be random and annual, and begin at the start of every season. The NFL's new league year is officially underway.
Report: NFLPA/league hoping to increase cap A source with knowledge of the situation tells Profootballtalk.com the league and NFLPA are "scrambling" to increase the 2012 salary cap.
Provisions in the new CBA have left teams with less cap space than they were anticipating, prompting the NFLPA to seek to "re-do the numbers." The league has apparently shown a "certain amount of willingness" to cooperate with the effort because it "doesn’t want the players to think they got a bad deal." A resolution is expected within the next 10 days.
Fighting Amish wrote:Great name change. Now this has turned into a Time Capsule Thread. Cool.
I'll start er off..
The Cleveland Browns continued their woeful ways for the next 3 years with their first playoff appearance under Holmgen finally in 2014. Making it to the AFC Championship in 2018 and 19 only to lose to Denver and Tim Tebow by the now infamous "5th down" for Denver in '18 and the "Divine Intervention" drive by Tebow in '19 where he caught the batted pass back into his face while being gang tackled in the endzone by 4 Browns defenders for what seemed to be the game winning Safety as time expires..only to be turned into a 98 yard Td scamper by Tebow.
Ps. I h8 Denver..