NFL, union clash over retirees' benefits
NEW YORK -- The NFL and its players union are bickering again, this time over benefits for the league's retired players.
Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a letter posted on the league's labor Web site Saturday that the NFL is committed to its former players, and that no new collective bargaining agreement will be made without improving things for them.
He also said the union's recent proposal to strike a new deal included no improvements for retired players.
Goodell's letter, ...
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