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League, union back at the bargaining table

Talks regarding a new Collective Bargaining Agreement continued on Friday, with the league and the NFL Players Association getting together again for another negotiating session.

Liz Mullen of SportsBusiness Journal reports that the seventh session took place on December 11.

Details aren’t available, because both sides have respected (so far) the agreement not to talk to the media regarding the talks.  But the latest session likely was at least a little awkward, given the recent move by the league to pull the plug on supplemental revenue sharing.

And with that opening, here’s a PFTV segment on the subject.

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3 Responses to “League, union back at the bargaining table”
  1. eaglealan64 says: Dec 12, 2009 10:48 AM

    Video, $%^&^%$ video.

  2. Brewster says: Dec 12, 2009 10:49 AM

    It’s very difficult to listen to the dialogue in that video and reconcile it with the fact that the NFL is exempt from the anti-trust laws in this country.

  3. Norseman says: Dec 12, 2009 10:55 AM

    Item Number One:
    Pay rookies like rookies. Cap rookie signing bonuses/guaranteed money.
    They ain’t done squat and shouldn’t cash in until they do.

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