Nine months after the NFL and the players' union agreed on an unprecedented 10-year labor deal, the two sides find themselves still at odds over key issues. The latest conflict cropped up Wednesday when the union claimed all 32 teams colluded to impose a secret salary cap in 2010. What does the NFLPA's new president, former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth, think of the situation? NFL Network's Albert Breer spoke to Foxworth and shares his report Friday on NFL.com.
Here's what else is on tap for Friday:
Instant Debate: 'Top 100' shockers
NFL Network continued unveiling "The Top 100: Players of 2012" with some stunners in the 51-60 range. Our analysts react. More ...
• Memorial Day weekend is the traditional start of the summer movie season, and to ease you into the weekend, Adam Rank looks at the top 34 football movies of all time.
• The NFL said Thursday that "Sunday Night Football" averaged the most viewers for the 2011-12 season, marking the first time a sports series was the most-watched prime-time show for an entire season.
Brooks: Valuable returns
Jay Cutler, Jamaal Charles and Kenny Britt are coming off season-ending injuries. Bucky Brooks examines each guy's impact. More ...
• Father's Day will be here soon, and NFL Shop is the perfect place to shop for your dad's gift, with sales on everything from polos to NFL-themed golf bags.