Jerry Jones Mad At The System He Helped Create

Cowboys owner and NFL shadow commissioner Jerry Jones isn’t happy that a federal appeals court vacated Ezekiel Elliott’s injunction, thus clearing the way for the running back’s six-game suspension. Jones’s mood is to be expected, but—surprise!—he also isn’t happy about the extrajudicial process that led the league to…

The NFL Seems To Have Punished Ezekiel Elliott For Not Cooperating With Its Investigation [Updated]

The NFL’s decision to suspend Ezekiel Elliott for six games appears to have been based less on allegations that Elliott physically assaulted his ex-girlfriend than on what the league perceived as his lack of cooperation with its year-long investigation, according to hearing transcripts made public in the players’…

Q&A: NFLPA President Eric Winston On Work Stoppages, Colin Kaepernick, And "The NFL Police"

The current collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and its players’ union runs through the 2020 season. But even with training camps in full swing and the focus turning to FOOTBAW, there are still a number of labor-management issues percolating behind the scenes. Deadspin recently spoke to Bengals offensive…