NFL Still Committed to $100 Million for Retired Player Pensions and Active Players
Written by Jeff Nixon
NFL executive vice president Jeff Pash spoke with media yesterday at a press conference in Dallas. Right after his formal remarks he answered a few additional reporter questions.
As a member of the NFL Alumni Association, I was at the press conference and just happened to have my camcorder with me, so I asked him about the Rookie Wage Scale and reminded him that DeMaurice Smith and Nolan Harrison have claimed that the owners have not agreed to a Performance-Based Pay plan to distribute $100 Million to active players.
Here was his response:
Posted on February 3, 2011, in NFL Alumni News and tagged demaurice smith, Jeff Nixon, Jeff Pash, National Football League, nfl. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on NFL Still Committed to $100 Million for Retired Player Pensions and Active Players.