A sense of urgency fills the NFL owners' meetings Tuesday as they discuss progress made in recent talks with the players.
One day of owners' meetings could turn into two. Whether that's a sign of progress toward the end of the lockout and labor peace is debatable.
NFL employees have had their salaries trimmed by 12 percent since April, and seven teams have instituted pay cuts or furloughs of workers outside the huddle since the owners' lockout of players began March 12, The Associated Press has found in interviews around the league.
Archie Manning expects his son, Peyton, to continue being a pain in the neck for NFL defenses this season.
The numbers are ugly. When have we heard that about the NFL before?
Jim Irsay is staying busy during the NFL lockout.
The NFL is seeing the early signs of cracks in fan loyalty.
The NFL got back to football for a day.
The NFL will punish teams next season if their players commit multiple flagrant hits that result in fines.