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Working to figure out how to divide about $9 billion in annual revenues, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, union executive director DeMaurice Smith and their negotiating teams were at a federal mediator's office Tuesday for a 13th day of labor talks.
The NFL Players Association retained an international investment bank to help it decide whether the league's offer to reveal more financial information during negotiations will be enough to satisfy the union's call for full disclosure.
NFL.com is reporting that NFL Films president Steve Sabol is in a Kansas City hospital recovering from a seizure he had Saturday night.
The NFL and the players' union have made "some progress" over seven consecutive days of face-to-face meetings, "but very strong differences remain," and negotiations will resume next week, the federal mediator overseeing the talks said Thursday.
Brian Dawkins, Jeff Saturday, Mike Vrabel and Brian Waters were part of the NFL labor talks Wednesday as the sessions with the league, the players' union and a federal mediator moved into a sixth day.
NFL Players Association executive committee members Brian Dawkins, Jeff Saturday, Mike Vrabel and Brian Waters participated in labor negotiations Wednesday, the sixth consecutive day of federally mediated talks between the league and union.
The NFL and its players' union have finished meeting after spending about six hours at the office of a federal mediator for the second day in a row.
NFL owners have been heard on the labor front. So have the players.
Peyton Manning would rather focus on winning games than chasing milestones, and now his teammates and coaches understand why.