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After 16 days of talks mediated by the director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, the NFL and the players' union could not reach agreement on a new labor deal. The mediator, George H. Cohen, issued the following statement Friday in Washington:
After 16 days of mediated talks, the NFL and the players' union could not reach agreement on a new labor deal. The NFL released what it described as a summary of its proposal to the union:
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell posted the following letter to NFL fans on http://www.nfl.com on Friday after labor talks ended:
The NFL Players Association released two statements Friday renouncing its union status:
After 16 days of mediated talks, the NFL and the players' union could not reach agreement on a new deal. The NFL issued the following statement after the union decertified:
Star quarterbacks Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees were among 10 players who sued the NFL in federal court Friday, accusing the league of conspiracy and anticompetitive practices that date back years.
A chronology of developments in NFL labor negotiations leading to the collapse of talks on Friday:
All along, the NFL said it was certain the union would dissolve itself and players would head to court for antitrust lawsuits.