As Rosenthal pointed out while I was working off some of the Easter candy, different players from different teams will be handling the court order ending the lockout, well, differently.
In Cleveland, where NFLPA* Executive Committee member Scott Fujita plays linebacker, Fujita informed the players plan to show up for work, according to Will Burge of ESPN Cleveland.
Fujita told Burge that players will report for duty, unless and until Judge Susan Nelson stays her order lifting the lockout. Receiver Josh Cribbs and tight end Benjamin Watson, among others, are expected to report for duty.
Fujita believes that teams failing to give players access to their facilities will be in violation of the court order.
UPDATE: Fujita personally won’t be appearing at the facility on Tuesday. He’s not in town.