After ruling, NFL lockout back
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The on-again, off-again NFL lockout is on again.
Hours after NFL players reported to work for the first time in nearly two months, the league announced late Friday the lockout would resume immediately, thanks to an appeals court ruling in the league's favor.
"Looks like we're unemployed again," tweeted Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards, scheduled to become a free agent.
The move capped a chaotic week that began with U.S. District Judge Susan Richard ...
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