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Posted by: | Posted on: March 2, 2021

Rusted Root And SIMO Take Over Track 29 In Chattanooga, TN [Gallery]

first_imgLoad remaining images The iconic Rusted Root made their way to Chattanooga, TN last weekend, playing the city’s Track 29 venue for what was certainly a great night of music. The show started with Tennessee-based band SIMO, who treated fans to a classic rock-style performance with tons of energy. Their show had fans grooving and eager for more, especially when they closed their set with a great rendition of “With A Little Help From My Friends.”Headliners Rusted Root did not disappoint, treating fans to a showcase of their biggest hits. The band included a cover of David Bowie’s “Rebel Rebel” in their setlist, and encored with their biggest hits “Send Me On My Way” and “Back To Earth.” The whole audience was left smiling after Rusted Root’s great performance!Check out a full gallery of images below, courtesy of CJ Stewart Photography.last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: August 16, 2020

NFLPA executive director says 18-game season isn’t ‘in the best interest of our players’

first_img NFL suspends Malik McDowell after he was caught on tape wrestling cop, report says Raiders’ Richie Incognito gets 2-game suspension for funeral home incident last August Chargers’ Melvin Gordon will ‘sit as long as he has to,’ agent says However, NFLPA executive DeMaurice Smith doesn’t see this benefiting the players. “I don’t see an 18-game schedule — under any circumstance — being in the best interest of our players,” Smith told ESPN on Friday. “If somebody wants to make an 18-game proposal, we’ll look at it. I haven’t seen anything that makes me think that it would be good for the players.” Related News Smith did confirm a Wall Street Journal report stating the league brought the idea to early negotiations. But, he doubled down on his stance and doesn’t see it happening.”Fans and media discuss what would happen to ratings and revenue or whether (18 games) is a good idea or bad idea. For us, it comes down to who players are as men and is it good for us,” Smith said. “If a coal miner is willing to spend more time in the hole, does it likely result in more money? Yeah. Is that a good thing for him as a person? Probably not. That’s the question nobody confronts. It’s easy to say it’s more money. But is it good for us? The answer is no.” While league executives may be on board for expanding the season, it will take a lot to sway the NFL Players Association.There has been talk of adding two more games to push the current 16-game NFL season to 18. A number of the league’s 32 owners are in favor of revisiting the idea, or considering an expanded playoff field, as the NFL and NFLPA begin to ramp up negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement. The current collective bargaining agreement will end after the 2020 season and the expanded schedule is just one of the topics both parties will discuss. Owners also appear willing to make adjustments to the union on the commissioner’s disciplinary authority and the league’s marijuana policy.last_img read more