The lawyers for the NFL and NFLPA* won’t sit face-to-face for a few more days, but the mediation process has indeed started again on Tuesday.
NFL Network’s Albert Breer is in Minnesota, where Chief Magistrate Arthur Boylan met with counsel for the Brady (current players) and Eller (former players) cases on Tuesday in an effort to get up to speed on the issues in the mediation.
Breer writes that the players’ side had three lawyers in place: Jeffrey Kessler, Jim Quinn and Barbara Beren. Eller’s side had six men present, including Eller himself.
Attorneys for the league will meet with Boylan on Wednesday. The representatives for the players and owners side are expected to meet face to face on Thursday.