Jason X wrote:I never really thought about it until today. I was reading a news story titled, "Report: Government investigating NFLPA employees for collusion", on NFL.com. I'm an avid fantasy footballer and over the last couple of years more and more of my information and page hits come from and go to NFL.com. It used to be a site like cnnsi.com/football would provide me the latest news and as a for profit news agency independent of the NFL I never had any qualms. I'm sure a lot of you also use mlb.com for baseball related news but this begs my question. Do the reporters and news stories serve the agenda of the league instead of teams and players?
I think (not know) that NFL.com answers to the NFL. Which as the main site for the league of the NFL have you ever considered that there might be an agenda behind the scenes, a cause for the news stories?
I read that story on Yahoo By JOHN WAWROW, AP Sports Writer. http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=A ... deralprobe
I see the same exact headlines as I see on Yahoo and other sports outlets.
However when you think about it they are biased because they only have news for Football.