Hours after it was announced that his name was attached to a new lawsuit filed by NFL players in Philadelphia, the great #13 Dan Marino withdrew his name from the list of plaintiffs that were looking to sue the NFL because of “concealed information about football-related brain injuries.” Read the rest of this entry »
There have been 4,800 names of former NFL players that have submitted their names as plaintiffs in a concussion lawsuit against the NFL.
One more name added to the list probably trumps all the others.
The trend of former players suing the NFL for damages has been kind of disturbing to me. Not from the standpoint of guys who may be broke or downtrodden trying to get money, but from the standpoint of these guys not knowing or acting as if they don’t know what they signed up for in playing this sport.
It’s one thing if the NFL withheld information from these players in regards to how the hits they were getting week in and week out were affecting their bodies. The trend of suing this former employer for not informing players of “damages” seems to be getting old, and rather quickly.
Don’t be surprised if pretty soon, draft picks will have to sign waivers right after signing their contracts.
The Miami Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey and the majority of these NFL GM’s and teams are hypocrites. They all tell America that they want what’s best for Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL. Read the rest of this entry »
Nothing really too see here. Just a few roster additions to fill up the roster if you ask me.
DOLPHINS SIGN THREE TO ROSTER Read the rest of this entry »
After visiting last Friday and leaving without a deal, it seems that the Miami Dolphins and former Denver Bronco Knowshon Moreno had a change of heart and agreed to a deal today.
Minutes after the Jets announced they released Mark Sanchez and signed Mike Vick, Richie Incognito tweeted this reminder to the league… Read the rest of this entry »
So long Mark, hello Mike! Read the rest of this entry »