NFL players, owners collusion battle
For a period of labor peace, there's sure a lot of lawyers working
A little more than a year ago, the NFL's owners and players made a labor agreement that saved the 2011 season and was supposed to begin a decade of labor peace. It may be peace, but it's the NFL's own version of peace.
The players and the owners are still arguing about everything. They're arguing about small things like changes in the injured reserve rule and the trading deadline. They're battling in court cases about bigger things such as bounties and concussions. And they're ...
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