Ravens' Kicker Campaigns To Oust Upshaw

Ravens' Kicker Campaigns To Oust Upshaw

There are 1 comment on the NBC 30 Hartford story from Apr 8, 2008, titled Ravens' Kicker Campaigns To Oust Upshaw. In it, NBC 30 Hartford reports that:

Veteran kicker Matt Stover of the Baltimore Ravens has begun a campaign to replace Gene Upshaw as executive director of the NFL Players Association by next March.

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scb

Palo Alto, CA

#1 Apr 9, 2008
i think it is time for a change in management within the nfl players association as it has done an incredibly poor job providing finances for retired nfl players; while it can be argued their salaries are a lot higher than normal non-pro athletes, there is no denying the inportance the nfl has on the world; there should be no such thing as a homeless retired nfl player ~ especially if they played the game more than 5 years; they should at the very minimum have full medical and dental coverage for life after a player has been in the pro league for 5+ years.

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