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The NFL's locked-out players wrote back to Commissioner Roger Goodell on Saturday, responding to his letter to them by saying: "Your statements are false."
The letter sent Saturday by players to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, in response to a letter he sent players Thursday:
Former NFL wide receiver Drew Hill, a two-time Pro Bowler who was a key part of the Houston Oilers' famed "Run and Shoot" offense of the 1980s, died at an Atlanta hospital late Friday after suffering two massive strokes, according to his agent.
The NFL Players Association says labor negotiations broke down last week because the owners' last proposal would have made salaries a fixed cost and eliminated the players' chance to share in higher-than-projected revenue growth.
NFL players and their leadership tried to make a few things perfectly clear Friday:
NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith says he won't take a salary during the league's lockout.
The letter sent Thursday by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to the players, outlining the league's last proposal before mediated talks collapsed and the union dissolved:
The NFL asked a federal judge Wednesday to deny the players' union bid to release details in a $4 billion TV revenue dispute, saying information should be kept confidential because it is commercially sensitive.
Dallas Cowboys receiver Troy Bergeron and Cleveland Browns receiver Rod Windsor are going back to the Arena Football League during the NFL lockout.