http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=bryant_howard&id=2986420 The way I read the article, the author says the union is making a huge mistake in not fighting the commish for doing something about the dirtbags in the NFL (vick and pacman are mentioned). He seems to think that if the union isn't publicly fighting the commish, regardless of if he's right, then they aren't doing thier job. I have a problem with this attitude which says a union has to attack "the man" at all times regardless of the situation. It says in the article that the union and Goodell are working together. There discussions are not public. Why does the author (and others) feel that if the union isn't savaging management to the media that they aren't doing there job. Is it possible that there are many good people in the player's union and they have a conscience? What kind of person wants to fight against doing the right thing??? Maybe all unions are not morally bankrupt? The author, Howard Bryant, seems to think allowing Goodell to handle these situations will result in doom for all the players. I think some people just hate a working relationship and feel there is not enough drama. It's not like the union hasn't gotten what it wants. It seems like come negotiation time it bends the owners over the table. What thoughts do you all have on this?