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  1. Jaguars' adjust cap tops $168 million

    Michael DiRocco

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars not only have the most salary cap space available, they also have the highest adjusted salary cap figure for 2015. According to the NFLPA, the Jaguars are carrying over a league-high $21,768,205 in un...

    Blog | March 02, 2015
  2. Detroit Lions re-sign defensive end Darryl Tapp

    Michael Rothstein

    The Detroit Lions are slowly starting to re-sign their own free agents. According to NFLPA records, defensive end Darryl Tapp signed a one-year deal with a base salary of $870,000 to remain with the Lions. No other details were immediately availab...

    Blog | March 02, 2015
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  5. Giants' spending lags on defensive side

    Dan Graziano

    Our latest ESPN salary cap estimates (through Thursday afternoon) show the New York Giants with $25,328,930 in projected cap space. That assumes a salary cap of $143 million, which is the NFLPA's official projection and probably a bit lower than what...

    Blog | February 27, 2015
  6. Jags must spend $140 million

    Michael DiRocco

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars must spend $140 million in salaries in 2015 to meet the league's 89 percent minimum cash spending average, according to numbers released by the NFLPA. Teams are supposed to spend at least 89 percent o...

    Blog | February 24, 2015
  7. NFL teams won't use concussion sensors in helmets in 2015

    Steve Fainaru

    Dr. Robert Cantu, a Boston neurosurgeon and concussion expert who serves as an adviser to the NFL's Head, Neck and Spine Committee, said Thursday he remains unconvinced that sensors can measure head impact with enough accuracy to provide useful data.

    Story | Conversation | February 19, 2015
  8. NFLPA files grievance against Cleveland Browns over Josh Gordon's...

    Adam Schefter

    The NFL Players Association filed a non-injury grievance against the Cleveland Browns for the one-game suspension they imposed on wide receiver Josh Gordon at the end of this past season, a league source told ESPN.

    Story | Conversation | February 17, 2015
  9. Giants' cap adjustments begin with Cullen Jenkins' pay cut

    Dan Graziano

    Over the weekend, according to the NFLPA's official records, New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins' 2015 base salary was reduced from $2.2 million to $1 million. What this means is that the Giants got Jenkins, who has only one year left on ...

    Blog | February 16, 2015
  10. Judge taking NFLPA's lawsuit to get Adrian Peterson reinstated un...

    Ben Goessling

    Saying he felt like "I got a fair hearing, for once," Adrian Peterson emerged from a federal courtroom Friday afternoon after a federal judge said he would take the NFL Players Association's lawsuit to get him reinstated under advisement.

    Story | Conversation | February 06, 2015
  11. NFLPA President Eric Winston apologizes for Roger Goodell jabs

    NFL Players Association president Eric Winston apologized Friday for comments he made earlier in the day about commissioner Roger Goodell that appeared in an online column.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2015
  12. NFLPA president Eric Winston says new conduct policy violates CBA...

    NFL Players Association President Eric Winston says the league's new personal conduct policy "violates the CBA in several ways and we're going to be grieving this as far as we can."

    Story | Conversation | January 29, 2015
  13. Lester Munson: Big year in court system for sports

    Lester Munson

    The Aaron Hernandez trial, which began Thursday, is not the only dramatic and important legal case involving sports that will be decided in the coming weeks.

    Story | Conversation | January 29, 2015
  14. NFLPA argues league doesn't have power to mandate therapy as part...

    Ben Goessling

    When the NFL suspended Adrian Peterson, commissioner Roger Goodell directed the Vikings running back to meet with a league-assigned psychiatrist. The NFLPA argues that Goodell did not have the power to attach such terms to Peterson's suspension.

    Story | Conversation | January 27, 2015
  15. Meet Heather McPhee, The Woman Who Took On The NFL -- And Won

    Jane McManus

    She's a midlevel, nearly unknown attorney at the NFLPA. But Heather McPhee became a key witness in the Ray Rice appeal hearing, and her testimony almost single-handedly defeated the NFL and Roger Goodell.

    Story | Conversation | January 27, 2015
  16. NFLPA advises players not to comment on Deflategate investigation...

    Mike Reiss

    New England Patriots players union representative Matthew Slater said Saturday that the NFLPA has advised players not to speak on the NFL's ongoing investigation regarding underinflated footballs.

    Story | Conversation | January 24, 2015
  17. NFLPA files grievance against NFL, challenges personal conduct po...

    Adam Schefter

    The NFL Players Association filed a non-injury expedited grievance against the NFL on Thursday to challenge the league's adoption of a new personal conduct policy.

    Story | Conversation | January 23, 2015
  18. Browns DE Billy Winn gets $1M pay bump thanks to performance clau...

    Jeremy Fowler

    CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Browns defensive end Billy Winn's salary will jump to $1.574 million in 2015, according to NFLPA records. Winn likely can thank a Proven Performance Escalator for mid- to late-round picks entering the fourth year of their rooki...

    Blog | January 18, 2015