NFL owners and players resume negotiations in New York today in a bid to settle the longest work stoppage in the history of the league. Nando Di Fino, sports reporter for The Wall Street Journal, joins us with the latest.
Two great quarterbacks face off this weekend in Super Bowl XLV as Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger and Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers take to the field. Nando di Fino, sports writer for The Wall Street Journal highlights what to expect and gives us his
The Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers and took home the Lombardi Trophy. Nando Di Fino recaps the game and looks at future of the NFL going into the off-season, as a bitter labor dispute threatens to lock-out players next season.
The Dallas Cowboys finally won their first game of the season yesterday, beating the Houston Texans, 27-13. Nando Di Fino, sports writer for The Wall Street Journal, takes us through that game and the rest of the NFL.
On the gridiron, the dust settled on Sunday with trying losses, hard fought wins and thrilling victories across the league. With us to discuss the NFL picture as teams enter the final phase of the regular season is Nando Di Fino, sports reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Nando admits that the weekend didn't offer many surprises, but stops short of making any sure bets on the coming playoffs.
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