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What does NFLP stand for?

NFLP stands for National Football League Players


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National Football League Players Association officials said Wednesday they have told the league that they are not ready to agree to begin blood tests on players for human growth hormone (HGH) on Monday.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100903/DC59594LOGO) The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA), the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and the School of the Legends (SOTL) have sponsored a delivery of food and personal care items for families in need in the New Orleans area identified by the Baptist Crossroads Foundation.
A recent study suggests that former National Football League players are diagnosed with dementia at a rate as much as 19 times higher than average.
Woods, a 14-time major golf champion, and several Major League Baseball and National Football League players have confirmed they were treated by Galea, who is not authorized to practise in the United States.
About National Football League Players Association The National Football League Players Association is the exclusive collective bargaining agent for all players employed by clubs of the National Football League, governed by a volunteer board of active NFL players elected by their teammates on each team.
FOOTBALL: Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Ray Seals is retiring, general manager Mike Brown said, ending the career of one of the three current National Football League players without college experience.
Kessler's clients in the sports law area have included the National Football League Players Association, the National Basketball Players Association, the Arena Football League Players Association, the National Hockey League Players Association, the Major League Baseball Players Association, the National Invitation Tournament, SFX Sports, the NFL Coaches Association, Players, Inc.
National Football League players and club owners concluded three days of mediated contract negotiations Thursday as a Friday appeals court hearing on maintaining the ongoing lockout loomed.