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Topic - Federal Mediation And Conciliation Service Office
Zeroing in on the crux of the NFL's labor dispute — how to split $9 billion in revenues — players' union executive committee member Scott Fujita said Tuesday the financial information turned over by the league so far "hasn't been sufficient."
The NFL and the players' union have wrapped up a 13th day at a federal mediator's office, and two key issues are how to split $9 billion in revenues and how much financial information the league will turn over.
The NFL and its players' union met before a federal mediator for the third consecutive day on Sunday, trying to find common ground for a new labor deal before the current one expires.