The NFL Lockout Petition

I cringe at the thought. It’s sitting in water-soaked jeans uncomfortable. Life after week 17 in the NFL just isn’t the same, particularly when your team, our team, isn’t in the playoffs.

Once the Super Bowl is over, the abominable feelings spike and the withdrawal symptoms begin. I truly can’t stand the off season, especially the beginning of it. Knowing that we have at least six months until any real action begins at training camp, Sundays and Monday nights are as dreary as a Seattle day.  

What makes this end-of-season blues fest even more cruel is we have the NFL Lockout looming and threatening to shut down NFL football beginning in March and continuing on through next season.

With the NFL planning a lockout in 2011 that will deprive players and most importantly you the fans from enjoying NFL games next season, please help us “Block the Lockout” at and let your voice be heard by signing a petition. Why? Because the players want to play football and fans want to see America’s most popular sport.

The NFL’s collective bargaining agreement is due to expire in March and NFL owners have made a series of moves designed to lock out the players and fans. If you want to see NFL games next season, do your part as a fan and help us “Block the Lockout” by signing the Petition.

You can also interact online with other fans from around the league at the social media profiles and

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  • Bob Freeman

    I am a 75 year old NFL fan. When I was a kid we would go down to the Fire Station and sit around with the Firemen and watch the games in black and white. The first game I saw was
    the Redskins and the Giants, I have loved it ever since, and have never missed a season of watching all of the games that I could. I hope that they can work it out, because it will mean a lot to a lot of FANS. “Sports are good FOOTBALL is Great”