First-ever PFT summit ends

On Thursday night and Friday, the full-blown PFT team convened in New York for the first-ever PFT summit.

And a good time was had by all.  Or at least most.  Or at least some.  Or at least me.

The meeting included plenty of discussion regarding the things we’re doing right (as few and far between as they may be) and the things we can do better (which are much more plentiful).  We’ll be sharing with you soon some of the plans we have for improving the experience, none of which are major but all of which are meaningful.

So thanks to the entire PFT team — Larry Mazza, Kevin Monaghan, Rick Cordella, Tom Seeley, Eric Black, Brian Gilmore, Gregg Rosenthal, MDS, Evan Silva, and Josh Alper.  And thanks to our hosts and partners at NBC.  And thanks to all of you for helping us grow to the point where a dozen people would even be associated with the site.

Finally, I can disclose that, yes, Rosenthal brought his shinebox.

15 responses to “First-ever PFT summit ends

  1. Wasn’t there an open bar? It may have helped the discussions around what can be done better…

  2. Is this the Bilderburg of sports blogging? Did you lot reach an agreement with the MSDNC folks on how to control sports blogging through over-taxation and corrupt unions?

  3. Dont forget those kids in the Taiwanese sweatshops clicking the mouse 20 hours a day. Without them you guys wouldn’t be sharing takeout at the park in N.Y once a year.

  4. Reading the names it doesn’t look like there’s a bimbo intern in the bunch. Here’s to the day when half the congregation is named Ashley, Bridgit, Kelly, Scarlett, and Megan.

  5. Just realized that there is not a single woman poster. Bring on Erin Andrews! I mean I am not usually for listening to women about sports but at this point I am convinced that anything is better than Rosenthal

  6. Wish I could have been there to see the “Trust Exercise” when Florio let Rosenthal fall to the ground.

  7. Hey Florio….been here since the beginning and love the site and your work…..F the haters……….

  8. I have called Rosenthal unprofessional more then once. I also called him a hobbit.
    But I haven’t seen a typo in a couple of weeks and for that he needs commended.
    Or an editor does.
    Anyway, good job team.

  9. PFT providing football news outside the norm is what makes it so good.
    Now let’s see if you’re going to actually listen Florio.
    If you are – it will be nice to see a return of the Comment Ratings you promised 11 1/2 months ago.

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