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Tell us again: Why is there an NFL labor dispute?
Kansas City Chiefs' Mike Vrabel, now a free agent, arrives at the federal courthouse Thursday, April 14, 2011 in Minneapolis. The NFL and its locked-out players have resumed mediation. This is the first meeting between the two sides since March 11, when the old collective bargaining agreement expired, the union dissolved and the lockout began.(AP Photo/Jim Mone)