The NFL owners will meet Monday somewhere other than a courtroom.
Usually, owners discuss future Super Bowl sites at this meeting. That figures to get tabled for now. Competition Committee chair Rich McKay also said he doesn’t believe the league will discuss contingency plans for a shortened regular season yet at these meetings.
Instead, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told the Associated Press that owners will be clued in “all aspects of the labor situation and various business reports.”
Summary: The labor situation is going nowhere. The business was going quite well, but less so now. (Except in New Orleans.)