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@Adam Schefter tweeted "As @mortreport is reporting, an agreement between NFL and NFLRA is at hand and both sides will work to have officials working this weekend."Looks like we'll have a deal shortly. Stay tuned
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According to Adam Schefter the NFL and the NFLRA are close to a deal that would bring the normal NFL refs back as soon as this weekend. There are some concerns that a deal won’t be done until next week which would mean the regular officials would return by week 5 of the season. Unless negot ContinueThe post Steelers Unlikely to See Replacement Refs Again appeared first on SteelBlitz.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Detroit Lions quarterback Mathew Stafford is dealing with a hip injury and there’s a good chance that he doesn’t practice much this week, but still plays on Sunday.
“I would be surprised if he practiced Wednesday or Thursday, but ultimately, when the game rolls around, he’s a tough guy to count out. The injury looks to be more of a hip...
As @mortreport is reporting, an agreement between NFL and NFLRA is at hand and both sides will work to have officials working this weekend.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 26, 2012Welp, looks like I was wrong. Apparently the league started to get scared that it was turning into the WWE and people were going to stop watching. I think the biggest thing that scared them...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is expected to play in tonight’s game against the Seattle Seahawks even though he’s been dealing with a groin injury.
Even though the Packers have a lot of depth at the receiver position, the impact of a player like Jennings can’t be underestimated.
Our long national nightmare is almost over…
As @mortreport is reporting, an agreement between NFL and NFLRA is at hand and both sides will work to have officials working this weekend.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 26, 2012
The replacement refs and NFL could reach an agreement today, according to ESPN. Let’s just hope Mortensen is right for once…
Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays is appealing his one game suspension given by the NFL for his hit on Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub, according toAdam Schefter.
Mays was fined $50,000 by the league and given a one game suspension for the hit.
Mays was asked after the game if he expected to be fined for the hit, he said: "Oh yeah. I'm expecting that. But it was...
Chris Mortenson and Adam Schefter of ESPN are reporting that the NFL and the NFL Referee's Association are close to finishing a deal that would bring an end to the officials being locked out as soon as this weekend.
Controversy stemming from the ending of the Monday night game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks, coupled with threats from the governemt getting...
According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen via Adam Schefter, the NFL and NFLRA have come to agreement on a new deal that would enable to regular officials to be back on the field for this weekend's games.
It looks like the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell have responded in a positive way to the criticism they received from this past Monday night's debacle in Seattle.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. has been released by the New England Patriots after asking them to do so.
Schefter also said that word is that Aaron Hernandez is healing quicker than expected.
I would love to know why Winslow asked to be released, it seems like he was lucky to be playing for a team right now. Maybe he plans on retiring with all...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey has been released from the hospital and is recovering from a concussion and neck injury. He’s expected to fully recover.
I’m pretty sure you can guarantee that Heyward-Bey won’t be healthy in time for this week’s game. He’ll probably at least be out for a few weeks. The Raiders...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’s ankle is healing quicker than expected.
We still don’t know when Hernandez will be back, but I would believe that will be within the next couple of weeks.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL has suspended Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays for one game for his helmet to helmet hit on Texans quarterback Matt Schaub this past Sunday.
Mays is appealing his suspension. So he’ll be able to play until the appeals process is over.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL may suspend Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays for his helmet to helmet hit on Texans quarterback Matt Schaub during yesterday’s game. He’ll at least get a fine for sure.
Schaub lost a piece of his ear from the hit below. Pretty sick.
Just because this week has supplied the utmost urgency for a deal to be completed between the referees’ union and the NFL doesn’t actually mean it’s going to get down. At least not before a hasty reporter gets a chance to get everyone’s hopes up before an actual deal gets hashed out. And there’s no better NFL reporter out there willing to jump the gun on a story, or just...
New York Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis will be missing the rest of the 2012 season with a torn ACL, which was confirmed by the Jets Monday morning: Darrelle Revis: torn ACL. Done for year. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 24, 2012 Revis went down in the first quarter of the Jets 23-20 overtime victory [...]