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  • What they've proposed so far, Upshaw has said, is playing 17 games for the price of 16, an offer the players would reject out of hand.

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  • "All this means is that we will have football now until 2010 and not until 2012," Upshaw said in a conference call, according to the Associated Press. "We will move ahead. This just starts the clock ticking. If we can't reach agreement by 2010, then we go to no-man's land, which is 2011."

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