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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?!"
NFL owners chatted much of the day, polished off a couple of meals, then overwhelmingly approved a deal to end the lockout.
NFL Players Association president Kevin Mawae says his group's leadership is discussing the terms of "the most recent written proposal" from owners.
The country's most popular sport is in limbo for at least another day.
A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that players are unlikely to vote Thursday on a tentative agreement to end the NFL lockout because they have not seen the full proposal approved by owners.
NFL owners voted overwhelmingly in favor of a tentative 10-year agreement to end the lockout, pending player approval.
NFL players and their leadership tried to make a few things perfectly clear Friday:
If it all were all about hair, the Steelers would already be champs.
Mark Sanchez stood up to the pressure created by the Steelers' defense and his team's two-game losing streak, scrambling for the Jets' first offensive touchdown in 12 quarters and leading a decisive field-goal drive as New York beat Pittsburgh 22-17 on Sunday.