Last week, the NFL’s interests were represented at mediation by four owners: Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, Pats owner Robert Kraft, Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, and Steelers owner Art Rooney.
Tomorrow, a quartet will report for further duty, with Richardson being the only constant.
Albert Breer of NFL Network reports that Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, and Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy will join Richardson.
There’s nothing wrong with switching things up, as long as the owners present have full authority to make decisions on behalf of all 32. The only way to be certain in this regard would be to have all 32 owners present.