Locked-Out NFL Player Making Documentary Film

02.16.11 7 years ago 6 Comments

Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Eric Wright Evan Mathis is keeping himself busy in this most turbulent of offseasons. He’s working on a documentary about the NFL’s impending lockout. “Locked Out” promises to feature access to players, agents and trainers to document and discuss the current labor situation.

We are currently in production and will be using this money raised through Kickstarter to produce the best footage possible, as well as for post-production expenses. Even if the lockout can be averted this year, this production will continue on to completion. As we are already in production, the emphasis will shift (if needed) to the process that led to the agreement between the owners and players.

You can donate to Evan’s project here on Kickstarter. He’s asking for $50k and he has a long way to go. For more of Eric’s vision, plus a very emphatic definition of the CBA by superagent Drew Rosenhaus, join us after the jump. It can’t be any worse than Cloverfield.

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