He doesn’t know how free agency is going to be changed. And doesn’t know how teams are going to react to being off from football for four-plus months. But one thing he does know is that he likes the Saints.
A few weeks ago, we told you that the brother of Saints DL Anthony Hargrove had been stabbed and then later died at a Sarasota, Fla., hospital. Terrence Hargrove, who was 29, had been helping manage his brother’s affairs at the time of his death.
And thus, because Paul Kuharsky is saying that the Colts could be interested in Reggie Bush, we focus today’s free agent spotlight article on the former-USC running back who cheated his way to winning the Heisman Trophy in 2005.
NFL players and owners may be calling audibles after Friday’s collective bargaining negotiations failed to bear fruit amid the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling earlier in the day to uphold the lockout
As NFL owners and players appear to be closing in on a new collective bargaining agreement, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit (St. Louis) on Friday issued a 2-1 opinion that eliminates a lower court injunction that temporarily stopped the owners’ lockout.
The promise given by Judge Kermit Bye on June 3rd, more a stern warning then anything, made it crystal clear that the court expected both sides (players and owners) to get back to the negotiating table quickly and get a deal in place.
Topics: 2011 NFL Lockout, 8th Circuit Court Of Appeals, Clark Hunt, Dean Spanos, DeMaurice Smith, Domonique Foxworth, Jeff Saturday, Jerry Richardson, John Mara, Kevin Mawae, Mike Vrabel, NFL, NFLPA, Robert Kraft, Roger Goodell, Tony Richardson