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The head of the players' union says it would agree to a third extension of the collective bargaining agreement if the NFL provides 10 years of audited financial data.
Unable to decide how to divvy up $9 billion a year, NFL owners and players put the country's most popular sport in limbo Friday by breaking off labor negotiations hours before their contract expired.
Organizers of the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis said Friday visitors can expect that the city will be ready for all sorts of winter weather by the time they host the biggest sporting event in the city's history.
Back at work after a weekend break, the NFL and the players' union resumed negotiations Monday with Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith on hand while the sides convened before a federal mediator.
The Oakland Raiders promoted assistant Chuck Bresnahan to defensive coordinator Monday, just weeks after bringing him back for a second stint with the organization.
The NFL and the players' union negotiated for four hours Monday before calling it a day.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and union executive director DeMaurice Smith have returned to a federal mediator's office to resume negotiations on a new labor deal.
Trying to work their way to a new labor deal, Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Players Association head DeMaurice Smith resumed negotiations for four hours Monday.
If NFL owners aren't careful, they might just force us to sympathize with guys who make more in a year than most will take home in a lifetime. Chad Ochocinco could come off looking like some sort of modern-day Cesar Chavez.