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  1. FP Draft Blog

    Swayne McDaniels, SouthEastern Mississippi Tech-Buloxi's senior left-handed long snapper had a BIG ProDay with over 22 clubs in attendance.

    "With more than half of the NFL punters being left-handed, the demand for left-handed long-snappers is huge, and Swayne is the best of the best.", commented SEMTB's coach David (Flem) McDaniels.

    Clubs in attendance included New England, Indianapolis, and the SuperBowl Champs, Green Bay.

    SEMTB's Sports Information ...

    Updated 03-26-2011 at 10:25 AM by darvon

  2. The Legal Bowl

    Joe: Welcome Back fans. Wasn't that a great half-time show, Troy?

    Troy: Yes it was, Joe. I just love big bands. Who knew Glenn Miller was still alive?

    Joe: Well the game is really starting to heat up. This rivalry goes way back to the great Legal Bowl XXIVC in 1994, with the NFLPA winning and Reggie White as MVP.

    Troy: That was a turning point in the series Joe, since then the NFL has usually succumbed to the NFLPA teams, right up to the last time ...

    Updated 03-12-2011 at 03:47 PM by darvon

  3. College Football and The Case for Plain Belly Sneetches

    It goes without saying that one of the prominent philosophers of the 20th Century is Dr. Suess.

    One of his seminal works is The Sneetches. Let me quote:

    Now, the Star-Bell Sneetches had bellies with stars.
    The Plain-Belly Sneetches had none upon thars.
    Those stars weren’t so big. They were really so small.
    You might think such a thing wouldn’t matter at all.

    But, because they had stars, all the Star-Belly Sneetches
  4. BREAKING NEWS - Exclusive CBA Session Videos

    FP News
    February 17, 2011

    We here are FP News have obtained EXCLUSIVE security camera footage from the CBA negotiating meetings this weekend. View them for yourself.

    And then later that day, we have more footage.

    That's it from FP News.
  5. Current CBA / NFL Proposal / NFLPA Proposal

    I am going to use this blog to track the CBA Proposals until resolution, as best as I can. If you see errors, post comments. I will keep this top page current. I will add information as I get it.


    Current CBA (All Revenue - 11%) x 60% = Player Revenue

    Currently the NFL made about $9 Billion. This is called "All Revenue" in the vernacular. The NFL gets 11% ($1 Billion) of the top (called "Expenses"), leaving ...

    Updated 02-12-2011 at 09:05 PM by darvon

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