NFL Draft Affected By Strike
Mark P. | Mar 15, 2011 | Comments 0
The NFL Players Association could really mess things up if it is successful in discouraging players from attending the 2011 draft.
This would ruin the hopes of many college players. But, would it protect their health later? The debate surrounding the NFL labor strike has definitely intensified, as more factors have come into player.
All in all, it seems unlikely that prospective college players will sit out the draft. Financially, they cannot yet identify with the players who are already in the NFL.
Regarding player health, they will certainly be able to identify with concerns, though this part of the debate seems to have been diminished. It has diminished because of the lack of information about the NFL’s concerns regarding stadium costs, profit, etc.
If more information could be provided, this being real quantitative data regarding the NFL’s profits, it is likely that the NFL Players Association could really be put in a bind in going through with their strike.
In the end, everyone is losing money. Moreover, consider the hype regarding the draft. Fans everywhere are sure to be just as disappointed as the college players who are missing it.
This could really mean big things for Arena Football…well, as big as you can get for the Arena realm.
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