News & Events

NFLPA Statement on Philadelphia Eagles White House Visit

Posted 6/5/2018

NFLPA Responds to White House Decision

NFLPA Statement on New Anthem Policy

Posted 5/23/2018

The NFL chose to not consult the union in the development of this new “policy.” NFL players have shown their patriotism through their social activism, their community service, in support of our military and law enforcement and yes, through their protests to raise awareness about the issues they care about.

NFLPA Statement on Supreme Court Decision Legalizing Sports Gambling

Posted 5/14/2018

The NFLPA response to the Supreme Court ruling to legalize sports gambling.

NFLPA Statement on Flexjet Pilots Union Vote

Posted 5/10/2018

The NFLPA urges all Flexjet pilots to vote to remain unionized.

NFLPA Files Grievance on Behalf of Eric Reid

Posted 5/7/2018

The NFLPA has filed a non-injury grievance and a system arbitrator case on behalf of free agent safety Eric Reid


Posted 5/3/2018

Members of the athlete community will join medical experts in a discussion geared toward raising awareness around and destigmatizing mental health

Statement on Eric Reid Collusion Grievance

Posted 5/2/2018

Our union is aware that Eric Reid and his legal representatives filed a collusion claim, which will be heard through the arbitration process as spelled out in our collective bargaining agreement.

NFLPA Committee on Agent Regulation and Discipline Revokes Contract Advisor Josh Hare's Certification for 36 Months

Posted 4/25/2018

Contract Advisor Josh Hare's certification revoked due to misappropriation of former client's funds

NFL and NFLPA Release 2018 Helmet Laboratory Testing Performance Results

Posted 4/16/2018

The NFL and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) today announced the results of an annual laboratory study to assess the performance of football helmets worn by NFL players.

Players Associations on Sports Betting

Posted 4/12/2018

Given the pending Supreme Court decision regarding the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), representatives of the MLBPA, NBPA, NFLPA and NHLPA have been working together on the legal, commercial, practical, and human consequences of allowing sports betting to become mainstream.