The NFL lockout is good for no one. Players don’t benefit from it, the league doesn’t benefit from it, and the San Francisco 49ers are among the teams hardest hit by it.
With no minicamps, offseason workouts or other activities during the lockout, every member of the Raiders organization is now part of the ticket staff.
The NFL lockout now being disputed in a federal appeals court could signal dramatic institutional changes in every professional sport as players fight for free agency, a Stanford economist said Friday.
The Bay Area economic impact of the NFL lockout is a tale of two cities. San Francisco stands to lose millions of dollars, while Oakland could actually come out ahead.
Vernon Davis has been so busy as a humanitarian during the off-season, it’s a wonder he can remember he’s an NFL star.
The San Jose Sharks stunned the Los Angeles Kings with a 6-5 overtime victory after trailing by four goals in their NHL playoff game Tuesday night. Madden said he was amazed by the effort from the team.
Despite the NFL’s continuing dispute with players, the NFL Draft is scheduled to go on as usual. John Madden told the KCBS morning crew that there are several reasons running backs aren’t in high demand this year.
The dispute between the NFL and the players ramped up Monday with the NFL asking a federal judge Monday to keep a lockout in place.
The NFL is offering to reveal more financial data to players as negotiations for a new contract continue.
“Lousy football.” That’s what John says we’ll see in the fall if the NFL labor dispute drags on and NFL rookies and other players don’t get the preparation they need in training camp.