The National Football League will reinforce its policy against discrimination based on sexual orientation this season, an initiative that includes a letter to players and posters in locker rooms throughout the league.
Domonique Foxworth was sitting across the table from billionaire team owners during labor negotiations as president of the National Football League Players Association when he came to a stark realization.
The future of the National Football League’s annual Pro Bowl may be in jeopardy following diminished television ratings and criticism from league players and executives and booing from fans in attendance.
National Football League players union chief DeMaurice Smith and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell are meeting in New York today to discuss labor issues, union spokesman George Atallah said in an interview.
Representatives of the National Football League and its players took part in confidential talks before Chief Magistrate Judge Arthur Boylan this week aimed at ending a three-month-old lockout in the U.S.’s most-popular sport.