I f NFL owners aren't careful, they might just force us to sympathize with guys who make more in a year than most will take home in a lifetime. Chad Ochocinco could come off looking like some sort of modern-day Cesar Chavez.
WASHINGTON - The NFL and the players' union negotiated for four hours Monday before calling it a day.
WASHINGTON - Those optimistic about the NFL's labor talks with the players' union will point to the sides' decision to push back the bargaining deadline by a week and think, as Commissioner Roger Goodell put it:
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Delighted to be 5-under par at the midway point of the windy Honda Classic, Rory Sabbatini predicted the score would be enough to win the tournament.
WASHINGTON - Timeout, NFL. And NFLPA.
WASHINGTON - America's favorite sport is still in business - for another day.
WASHINGTON - The New York Giants' John Mara joined the NFL group negotiating with the players' union Tuesday, the first team owner to participate since a federal mediator began overseeing the talks.
Finally, warm temperatures have arrived. Winter may not be completely over with yet but the last couple of weeks have perked up the fish and the fishermen.
SURPRISE, Ariz. - Everett Teaford has already made a name for himself during spring training with the Kansas City Royals.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - After getting through its toughest stretch of the season, Ohio State is back at No. 1.
For Statesboro, the party was over before the fun ever started.
MARANA, Ariz. - J.B. Holmes and Bubba Watson are in the quarterfinals of the Match Play Championship, and it's not hard to figure out how they got there.
MARANA, Ariz. - In a Match Play Championship with a youthful complexion, Rickie Fowler was dressed in matching pink shoes and shirt when he walked onto the driving range and past his opponent, Phil Mickelson, who looked him up and down and smiled.
WASHINGTON - The NFL wants all 50 states and the District of Columbia to pass legislation that could help cut down on concussions suffered by young football players.
Georgia's turkey hunting season opens March 26 and runs through May 15 this year. With that date only about a month away it's time to talk about some things that could help you bag one of these wily critters of our woodlands.