The NFL management has accused its players of deliberately trying to decertify their own union. If no action is taken, the National Football League Players Association will be decertified at midnight tonight. Why would NFL players want to do this? To be able to sue. Unions are barred from filing anti-trust lawsuits against the league, but individual players would have this right without the unions and can make more money. However, players stand to lose benefits and a say in how the league is run. To discuss this and what it means for the future of football is Richard Sandomir, sports, business and media columnist for The New York Times. Nando di Fino, sports reoprter for the Wall Street Journal talks about how football fans play into this.
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