Sunday, March 05, 2006

As The NFL Turns.......

Previously on As The NFL Turns: We last left off with the Labor talks looking promising, according to ESPN. But like most Soap Operas there is always a twist. Today the NFL and its players union broke off talks again Sunday, leaving dozens of veterans in danger of becoming salary cap casualties before free agency begins a minute after midnight Monday.

The problem lies with the EVIL high blood clubs (high revenue clubs) and the blood (revenue) sharing murder (issue). Their refusal to share more blood (revenue) is making it worse for everybody -- players, owners, and fans.

Join us next week at 1201 am on Thursday, to see if the Dynamic Duo, Paul Tagliabue and Gene Upshaw can save the NFL from the EVIL Nine Blood Owners.

If you want to read a nice blog about the CBA Union Meetings with day by day events as they have happened, check out this official Eagles Blog: Philadelphia Eagles .

Also here is another great ESPN article about what changes will happen in 2006 and the 2007 season. There seems to be some confusion, 2007 still is a CBA contract year, however, there is no salary cap. 2008 is the start of a NO CBA CONTRACT. ESPN

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