With two weeks left in the season, it will be interesting to see whether teams are proactive with their own free-agents-to-be in securing contract extensions before the Dec. 27 deadline
If you’re a college football player and a bona fide pro prospect, you most likely have already been contacted by several agents.
The Starcaps case continues, much to the chagrin of the NFL (and football fans who feel they’ve heard enough about this case already).
The news of the stunning contract for CC Sabathia coming out of the MLB winter meetings in Las Vegas (the location seems odd in these times, no?) is at the same time shocking and predictable.
The reports are dramatic:
Why would the NFL lay off 150 people? Sign of the times.
There is so much news coming out of the Giants lately that it’s easy to overlook a front-office issue they must address in the near future.
First, an NFL Salary Cap Room Update:Total Cap Room Available:
It is bad timing for me and my students at Wharton and Georgetown that classes end this week because there are events happening that may become the subject of future Sports Law courses everywhere.
In the NFL off-season of 1999, I received a call from my client, CB Al Harris, then with the Philadelphia Eagles.
The decision by a Minnesota judge to grant a temporary restraining order – at least for the moment – blocking the suspensions of Pat and Kevin Williams of the Vikings is nothing short of stunning, even if it goes no further than this.
The NFL has its policies, the disposition of which have started and ended with the league.