Leisher wrote:Source of the post Were their ratings good this past weekend?
I couldn't find an answer in a quick google.
Leisher wrote:Source of the post In other Manziel news, his wife is being accused of cheating in a marathon, and it seems it's probably true.
The NFLPA had no official response to Dundon's comment, according to USA Today Sports. But an anonymous NFLPA official cited numerous concerns with allowing its players to play in the AAF, including potential injury risk and violations of the collective bargaining agreement.
Unsigned NFL players, including practice-squad players, are free to join the AAF at any time. But the AAF would need the NFLPA's cooperation to acquire a practice-squad player who currently is signed to a futures contract with an NFL team.
Dundon, who also owns the NHL's Carolina Hurricanes, made a $250 million investment in the AAF last month after the league reportedly was in danger of not making payroll.
The eight-team AAF, billed as a development league, kicked off the weekend following the Super Bowl. The league is seven games into its 10-game regular season.
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