Its easy to hate the boss but the fact still remains that most owners are running a business. I really don't feel sorry for the players because they are all collage educated and should be smart enough to manage there money well and get a job after Football is over with. Now the ones with injuries and serious medical conditions are different but the healthy ones should be able to live life without football. The way I see it is this. If you dont like how the owners are running things then leave. Go about you life and find something else you like. Just like any other hard working American would do. Cause no one else in America get the opportunity they do. This is why I dont like unions and feel America would be better without them. All Unions do is cry about what they dont get yet piss on what they do get.
Schwat? America WOULD be better without unions... for the people with the money and the guys at the top. Unions are absolutely necessary in "Capitalism," or people at the bottom would get sh*t on even more than they do in most large corporations.
It is easy to hate the boss, when they're a billionaire former CEO of a New York Stock Exchange, and most of their fortune has been gained by basically moving money around and investing, not providing any real service or product to the country. Honestly, Dan Snyder is an exception, a lot of owners are perfectly respectable. A lot of people are ridiculously overpaid in this country, NFL players AND owners included. The whole situation is loathsome, because the NFL is embarrassingly wealthy for both sides.