NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement: Why Twitter Is Crushing The Union

January 28, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As much as you would like to sit back and pray that there will be an agreement reached in order for the sports audience to experience a full season of football in the fall, the chances of that seem slim to none. There have been lock outs in the past, but it seems like there is a new determinant in this case, social networking.
Twitter, to be exact, is beginning to be the outlet for many disgruntled players and executives to voice their opinions, helpful and hurtful, to the public. Whether they are deleted immediately after or not has nothing to do with the damage their words create the moment they hit send.
Antonio Cromartie's latest aim at self humiliation is by far his greatest and most ignorant. After going on at his locker about how both sides involved in the CBA talks need to stop fussing over money, and used a few other choice words that I will not trickle all over my article, other players sounded off in support of their union leaders.
Ray Lewis commented that lea...

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