Most of us love football. Not only do we love it, we feel a part of our favorite team. When our team wins, we win. When our team loses, we also feel the pain. And after the Super Bowl, we all may lose football.
The owners of the National Football league are threatening to lockout the players next season unless they take less money and agree to play two more games. More work, less pay. That’s not the way we want to relate to our favorite players.
“We want to play,”” says Kyle Orton, quarterback for the Denver Broncos, “”Fair compensation and a safe workplace is something that all Americans want, including the players of the NFL.””