NFLPA Takes Ownership Stake in Sports Data Labs, Signs Groundbreaking Partnership to Transform Monetization Opportunities for NFL Player Performance Data
Marshawn Lynch to become NFLPA's first-ever Chief Brand Ambassador
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The NFL Players Association is excited to announce that All-Pro running back and Super Bowl champion Marshawn Lynch will serve as the union’s first ever chief brand ambassador. In this role, Lynch will support the development of players past, present, and future both on and off the football field.
NFL-NFLPA COVID-19 Protocols for the 2021 Regular Season
The NFL distributed to clubs a consolidated set of the NFL-NFLPA COVID-19 Protocols for the 2021 Regular Season. This consolidated document includes the following:
Leonard A. Lauder, Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos Joined by New Partners in $100M Global Research Effort to Answer Urgent Need for Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease
NFLPA Launches Accelerator, DRIVEN, to Help Close Diversity Gap in Licensing
To address the diversity gap in licensing, the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) today unveiled a new business accelerator – Driven. This program is committed to advocating for greater inclusion of diverse entrepreneurs and their consumer products while empowering them as agents of change, moving them off the sideline and providing them with a seat and voice at the table.
The National Football League, The NFL Players Association and Dapper Labs Announce New NFT Deal to Create Exclusive Digital Video Highlights
Innovative digital experience spanning the NFL, all 32 clubs and players will empower fans to purchase, trade, and own NFTs featuring some of the most exciting and favorite in-game plays
NFL players have July 2 deadline to opt out of 2021 season
Several players around the league exercised their right to opt out in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They'll have that option again this year.
NFL players have until 4 p.m. ET next Friday, July 2 to inform their team if they're opting out of the 2021 season, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported. Players deemed "higher risk" for COVID are again entitled to a $350,000 stipend but voluntary opt-outs will not be compensated, Pelissero added. The stipend for voluntary opt-outs was $150,000 last season.