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Mark Herzlich, the Boston College linebacker who survived cancer, has signed with the New York Giants as a free agent.
The way NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke about club owners' overwhelming approval of a tentative decade-long agreement to end the lockout, he might as well have been yelling, "Are you ready for some football?!"
The country's most popular sport is in limbo for at least another day.
With time running short to keep the NFL's preseason intact, owners and players got into another long round of labor talks Thursday, trying to break the impasse that has kept the league shut down for four months.
With time running short to keep the NFL's preseason intact, owners and players engaged in another long round of labor talks Thursday, trying to break the impasse that has kept the league shut down for four months.
NFL owners and player representatives have arrived at a Manhattan office building for another round of labor talks as the negotiations hit a critical phase.
NFL owners and players' association leaders met for more than 12 hours Thursday, failing to reach a deal to end the league's months-long lockout but returning to try again in the morning.
NFL teams owners and players' association leaders met for another long negotiating session Thursday, hoping to finally break the labor lockout that has now lasted more than 16 weeks.
The labor negotiating teams led by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and players' association chief DeMaurice Smith were back for more talks Friday, following a 15-hour bargaining session that lasted until early morning.