As with the midsummer drama involving Brett Favre, I am admittedly not going to reveal much here due to relationships on all sides.
The NFL’s fining of the Dallas Cowboys pursuant to the predictable bad behavior of Pacman Jones is the culmination of years of warnings to teams that they will be accountable for the character of their locker room.
NFL teams are now required to pony up a percentage of the salary of the a player suspended by the league whether the suspension is due to the Personal Conduct Policy — Pacman’s private domicile — or for the use of illicit drugs or steroids.
This weekend I was visiting my rookie client, 2nd round draft pick and starting safety for the Vikings, Tyrell Johnson (Arkansas State) in Minneapolis.
Why did Commissioner Goodell give Pacman Jones an “indefinite suspension”? Jones had clearly frustrated the Commissioner yet again.
During Sunday’s broadcast of the Ravens-Colts game on CBS, announcers Jim Nantz and Phil Simms gave viewers a tidbit that appeared to be news.
As the owners gather this week in Tampa for the annual Fall meetings, the number one agenda item will be what it always is:
Financial analysts have a disclaimer about the stock market (especially appropriate in these dire times):
With so many questions coming in from readers about various topics, I thought I would answer some
There are 17 weeks in the season, and I make it a priority to see each of my clients, face-to-face.