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Are the Buffalo Bills are Saving New York Football?
Records are one thing but how could Buffalo being saving New York football? Well, new fans would be a start. New NFL fans are often attracted to winning teams. Some fans of perpetually losing franchises, like the New York Jets, switch their allegiances to teams that actually make the playoffs or win a Super Bowl every 3 or 4 decades or so. Ask Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, how many of his current fanbase used to root for another NFL team prior to the Pats amazing Super Bowl run of 6 NFL championships?
Media Day: NFLPA's DeMaurice Smith Joins Levack & Goz
Levack & Goz have been live from Houston, Texas, the site of Super Bowl LI all week. During Media Day, they caught up with the Executive Director of the NFL Players Association DeMaurice Smith to talk about some of the issues surrounding today's game. ...
Ray Rice Will Appeal Suspension
  Ray Rice has been recently cut, suspended, and outcasted by the NFL within a seven day time span. This morning Rice is back in the media cycle, after announcing he will appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL. ProFootballTalk reported that Rice is expected to claim that he told the Ravens and the NFL the truth about his altercation with Palmer and that he is being punished twice for the sa
Should The NFL Penalize The Use Of The N-Word
The NFL is looking to eject the N-word from the football world. The league is looking to put in place maybe the most controversial rule they have ever touched. It is said to be in place by the Fritz Pollard Alliance, a group that monitors diversity in the league...
Joe DeLamielleure Trashes The NFLPA And More On Game On [AUDIO]
Hall of Fame Right Tackle Joe DeLamielleure was known as a hard nosed, aggressive player during his time as the anchor of the famous “Electric Company” offensive line of the Buffalo Bills. Well, when Joe joined Game On to talk about the Ronald McDonald House Hall of Fame Golf Classic, he held nothing back when discussing concussions, veteran compensation and the NFLPA.
The NFL Lockout Continues
The NFL lockout is now in its 55th day and the reality of having no football this fall is starting to sink in. What's even more alarming is how this lockout will affect us here in the Capital Region.
The NFL Draft vs. The NFLPA
Just when you thought the NFL lockout couldn't get any wackier, now this! The NFL Players Association is putting into place a plan that would prevent each top college prospect from attending next month's draft in New York. So basically the NFLPA doesn't want any of the draft picks to be in attendance when Roger Goddell calls their name at next month's draft.
Lock Out 2011
We are fast approaching the Super Bowl; you know the game that Commissioner Goodell said he would have new collective bargaining deal worked out with the Players Union before kick off. And it’s about as far along as you would think.