The NFL's labor impasse with its players and a potential lockout is the result of long-term strategic planning by the team owners and their commissioner.
As soon as the union decertifies, the rift between the NFL and its players will grow a lot bigger. Here's the inside scoop on why a certain federal judge is in the middle of the move.
At least Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith are talking, so we've got that going for us. But to what end? Here's an inside look at the mediation process that might resolve the NFL's labor strife. Or not.
The NHLPA is five years removed from the madness of a lockout, and the next labor negotiation is looming large. Has the union learned anything from its own history?
What do you suppose Roger Goodell sees out there beyond the horizon of the 2010 season? Is it the looming likelihood of a lockout? Courtside Seat reads the tea leaves.
As players sift through the turmoil of Paul Kelly's dismissal, several names, including veteran labor lawyer David Feher, are emerging as possible replacements.