The NFL, Nike, & Kaepernick

  Earlier this year, the NFL and Nike announced that they were extending their partnership to 2028, coming into effect once the current deal expires in 2020. While the partnership primarily concerns league apparel, it is not hard to imagine that the NFL was not overly enthusiastic about Nike's recent use of Colin Kaepernick in a … Continue reading The NFL, Nike, & Kaepernick

Hey Lamar, Let Us Help A Mother Out…

Citing the current rookie wage scale, Lamar Jackson has opted to go without an agent for his first NFL contract (his mother will serve as his manager).  An article published by Mike Florio cited several aspects of the pre and post-draft process where an agent could be helpful.[1] Florio specifically mentions offset language, guaranteed pay, … Continue reading Hey Lamar, Let Us Help A Mother Out…

Jerry Jones has the same rights, or lack thereof, as his players

There is no question about it, the NFL personal conduct policy demands that “all persons associated with the NFL are required to avoid ‘conduct detrimental to the integrity of and public confidence in the National Football League.’”[1]  The policy includes as an example, “conduct that undermines or puts at risk the integrity and reputation of … Continue reading Jerry Jones has the same rights, or lack thereof, as his players