NFL players union president Domonique Foxworth has sent a letter to his membership outlining the gains they made in the collective bargaining agreement reached last summer with the league.
Foxworth stresses safer working conditions and more lucrative contracts. He says the amount of cash spent on players in salaries and benefits increased to about 55 percent of all NFL revenues...
Via AP on Fox
May 21, 2012
It’s unfortunate that one of the classiest guys in the NFL had to limp his way to the finish line. Former Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth, who missed all of the 2010 and most of the 2011 seasons, will likely retire before this upcoming season, according to Matt Vensel of The Baltimore Sun. Foxworth, 29, was [...]
Domonique Foxworth, former Baltimore Ravens cornerback and current president of the NFL Players Association wrote an Op Ed piece in the USA Today yesterday criticizing the NFL’s depiction of the NFLPA’s stance on the Bountygate situation and demanding to see actual evidence of player participation in the Bountygate scandal. ”There are people willingly misleading the public...
The NFL Players Association became the latest pro sports entity to lend its support to the family of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin on Tuesday. "The NFL Players Association offers its sincere condolences to the family and loved ones of Trayvon Martin. The community of NFL players stands together as ONE TEAM against any form of injustice," read the statement released...
Domonique Foxworth was released by the Ravens this offseason, but that doesn’t mean he’s out of the game of football permanently.
According to multiple reports, Foxworth was elected the president of the NFL Players’ Association.
Foxworth has been dealing with rehabbing a torn anterior cruciate ligament since tearing it during training camp in 2010.
Former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth has been elected NFL Players Association president, according to the Sports Journal business. Foxworth, 28, is perfect for this role because he is smart and candid. He’s a strong leader and his presence and role in the negotiations during last year’s lockout is a big reason why the NFL [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have released cornerback Domonique Foxworth.
Foxworth played in 18 games over three seasons with the Ravens. He missed the 2010 season after tearing a ligament in his right knee on the first day of training camp and appeared in two games in 2011 because of knee problems.
He was entering the final year of a four-year, $27.2 million contract.
Via AP on Fox
March 05, 2012
It’s somewhat puzzling that veteran cornerback Domonique Foxworth wasn’t released Friday along with veterans Chris Carr and Lee Evans. It has been highly publicized for weeks that Foxworth was likely on his way out with both Carr and Evans. But for the time being, Foxworth still has a job with the Ravens. Foxworth, 28, has [...]
The Ravens entered the 2011 season with questions about their secondary. Those questions never made a lot of sense to me, but they were among some local and national media outlets.
Baltimore’s pass defense ended the season ranked fourth in the NFL, allowing just 196.2 yards per game. A mix of youth (Lardarius Webb, Cary Williams and Jimmy Smith) and experience (Ed Reed and Bernard...
Baltimore Ravens’ cornerback Domonique Foxworth’s playing days could be coming to a crashing halt at just the age of 28. Foxworth has played in just two games in each of the past two seasons because of a torn right ACL. He declined to comment on the status of his knee on Friday. “I don’t really [...]