The players could argue this policy is a change in terms and conditions of employment; the NLRB Act says such changes in unionized situations are subject to collective bargaining.The union also could consider filing an unfair labour practice charge with the NLRB.”We expected today’s vote by the NFL owners from before Thanksgiving,” NFL Players Association spokesman George Atallah said on Twitter. “Our union has not seen their new policy.”That new policy will include a conduct committee made up of several team owners that will review the policy at least annually and recommend appropriate changes. That committee will seek advice from outside experts, the NFL said.Members of the committee will be Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill as the chairman; Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank; Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt; Dee Haslam, the wife of Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam; Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Charlotte Jones Anderson, chairwoman of the NFL Foundation; Chicago Bears owner George McCaskey; Houston Texans owner Robert McNair; and two former NFL players who have a stake in NFL team ownership, Warrick Dunn of the Falcons and John Stallworth of the Steelers.NFL general counsel Jeff Pash said Wednesday in a conference call that “it was a mistake in the past” to rely solely on the criminal justice system for looking into legal issues.
WNED TV: The public television station, which is on 703 now, is moving away from the broadcast stations on the 1200 tier. It will be on Channel 1221, nine places from the nearest broadcast network affiliate. It is in a much better place now sandwiched between Channel 2 and Channel 4 on the 700 tier..
My gamble also counts on the Phils’ pass rush bothering Brady. If Team Belichick has an Achilles heel, it is that. Pressure on Brady is a big reason the Pats are 0 2 in Super Bowls against the Giants the past decade, and that is a formula that suits the Eagles’ defense.
Bob Barry Jr. Is Oklahoma NewsChannel 4 Sports Director and weeknight sports anchor. He joined the station as a weekend sports anchor in August of 1982. And this is just one operation. The Washington State Liquor Control Board (whose name clearly now needs to be hyphenated) has approved more than 300 growers to supply the Evergreen State’s demands, with another 2,000 applicants still pending. And because no one (at least in government) had a clue about how large the plants might get (the seeds being magic and all), rather than limit the number of plants, the LCB imposed a cap on cultivation at 2 million square feet of plant canopy.