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The League: March, 2011

Posted at 04:17 PM ET, 03/03/2011

Aaron Rodgers emerges

Super Bowl XLV will be marked by the emergence of MVP QB Aaron Rodgers, and while the NFL braces for a potential lockout, at least fans in Green Bay can cherish that winning feeling once again.

By Brandon Benson  |  04:17 PM ET, 03/03/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 04:16 PM ET, 03/03/2011

A deal will get done

The NFL, its owners and players know that football is at its peak and they cannot afford a lockout. Expect a deal to get done no later than June 1.

By Richard Boadu  |  04:16 PM ET, 03/03/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 04:16 PM ET, 03/03/2011

Super Bowl XLV one to treasure

Super Bowl XLV showcased two teams with quality coaches and great front offices who were rewarded for their patience and vision with a spot in the big game — in short, the NFL at its finest.

By Jason Maloni  |  04:16 PM ET, 03/03/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 04:15 PM ET, 03/03/2011

That was it?

The classic Super Bowl matchup and all of its trimmings didn’t live up to the hype, leaving me unsatisfied with a lockout looming.

By Anthony Stalter  |  04:15 PM ET, 03/03/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 03:42 PM ET, 03/03/2011

Super Bowl XLV ranks in top 5

Super Bowl XLV was an instant classic - and the sometimes sloppy nature of the game only added to its value. But after setting a viewership record, the NFL and its players need to get over themselves and resolve their labor dispute or risk ruining a game at its peak in popularity.

By Dave Goldberg  |  03:42 PM ET, 03/03/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 06:08 AM ET, 02/09/2011

There will be no work stoppage

There will be no work stoppage in the NFL because Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA leader DeMaurice Smith are too smart to let that happen when the league is thriving.

By Michael Kun  |  06:08 AM ET, 02/09/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

 

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