The NFL Players Association has become aware of a letter circulated by team owners that suggests the pending legislation targeting the workers’ compensation of Illinois professional athletes is “no big deal.” First, and foremost, if it wasn’t a big deal, there would hardly be the need for new legislation that only targets professional athletes.
Contract Advisor Brian Brundage's certification has been suspended by CARD
NFLPA statement on Matt Moore hit
NFL Players Association Launches First Athlete-Driven Accelerator, the OneTeam Collective, to Help Companies Incorporate Sports for Growth
The NFL Players Association (NFLPA), launches the OneTeam Collective, a groundbreaking, athlete-driven business accelerator for innovative companies seeking to incorporate sports strategies to drive growth.
NFL players from across the league have embraced the seasonal spirit of giving by making a positive impact on their hometowns and team cities during the holidays.
Labor union has made significant gains in player benefits and rights since its establishment in 1956
NFLPA Statement on Josh Brown
The NFL and NFLPA have conducted reviews of the application of the Concussion Protocol in the September 8th Panthers-Broncos game and have determined...
The NFL and NFLPA have finalized the 2016 drug and steroid policies for players.
Hall of Fame journalist & cancer survivor Chris Mortensen has been named this year's #NFLPA Georgetown Lombardi Award honoree.