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April 2021 PFWA Newsletter

Vol. LVIII, No. 2 April 16, 2021 Hello everyone, Lindsay Jones, PFWA President2021-2022 seasonsThe AthleticTwitter: @bylindsayhjones Happy draft season! We have a lot of items to get to this month. Stay tuned for another email soon about the opening of our off-field award nomination process. Recapping Spring access -We counted 27 teams that held pre-free […]

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March 2021 PFWA Newsletter

Vol. LVIII, No. 1 March 5, 2021 Hello everyone, Lindsay Jones, PFWA President2021-2022 seasonsThe AthleticTwitter: @bylindsayhjones Happy offseason. Against many odds, we made it through the 2020 season. I’m proud of the work our members were able to produce all season amid very difficult circumstances. It was frustrating and challenging, but so many of you […]

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2021 PFWA Annual Meeting Notice

January 27, 2021 Hi all: Please join us Friday at 11 a.m. Eastern for our first-ever (and hopefully last-ever) virtual annual meeting. Due to the pandemic and the reduced number of reporters covering Super Bowl LV in Tampa, we are meeting via Zoom instead. 2021 PFWA Annual Meeting Zoom Info: Please click the link below to join […]

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January 2021 PFWA Newsletter

Vol. LVII, No. 10 January 19, 2021 Hi all, Bob Glauber, PFWA President2018-2020 seasonsNewsdayTwitter: @BobGlauber Happy New Year to everyone and hope all is well. Our annual meeting is set for Friday, Jan. 29 at 1 p.m. eastern and, due to the pandemic, we will be having the meeting on Zoom. We will send out […]

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December 2020 PFWA Newsletter

Vol. LVII, No. 9 December 24, 2020 Hi all, Bob Glauber, PFWA President2018-2020 seasonsNewsdayTwitter: @BobGlauber We hope you and your families are safe and well as we celebrate the holidays and prepare to bring in the New Year. Here’s to better days – much better days – ahead in 2021. Lots to get to, so […]

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November 2020 PFWA Newsletter

Vol. LVII, No. 8 November 5, 2020 Hi all, Bob Glauber, PFWA President2018-2020 seasonsNewsdayTwitter: @BobGlauber The sportswriting community lost two beloved members last month, with Minnesota icon Sid Hartman passing away at the age of 100 and ESPN’s Falcons beat writer, Vaughn McClure, succumbing to a heart attack at 48. The outpouring of support and love for these […]

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