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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Phillip
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"Get everybody to sit down and stay until they work out some agreement and get this thing behind them before the NFL loses all credibility," said Phillip, who shares eight season tickets with his son.
Lee from Joelton wanted to know why NFL owners won't open their books up to the players, John from Lafayette asked how far apart owners and players really are, and Phillip from Nashville had no question but warned the commissioner upset fans will take their anger out on the NFL.