Lock Out

Conversations Restart; NHL Negotiations On HoldThe conversations have restarted in the ongoing NHL labor fight. The negotiations have not.
NHL Labor Talks To Resume ThursdayIf time spent at the bargaining table indicates progress, the NHL and the locked-out players' association finally could be on their way to making a deal to get hockey back on the ice.
NHL Cancels Regular Season Schedule Through NovemberThe NHL made it official on Friday and did what had been expected for several days now.
NBA Talks To Resume Wednesday Officials from the NBA and players' association will meet Wednesday, less than a week after three days of talks with a federal mediator couldn't produce a deal to end the lockout, a person with knowledge of the plans said.
Freeman: NFLPA To Hold Call With Players TodayEarlier this week, the owners met in Chicago so they could hear an update on the labor negotiations and so they could discuss where they were going in the near future.
NFL Source: Labor Negotiations 80-85 Percent CompleteThese are the new owners and player meetings that are now apparently moving faster than light speed with a great sense of politeness toward a collective bargaining agreement.
Players, Owners Argue Over Legality Of Lockout At HearingThe NFL and its players went back to court Friday for a pivotal hearing before a federal appeals court on the legality of the lockout, now nearly three months old with no sign of a new collective bargaining agreement that would save the 2011 season.
NFL Labor Dispute Reaches Another Critical StageFrom mediated talks to arguments before an appeals court, the NFL's labor dispute has reached another critical stage.
NFL: Clubs To 'Continue To Follow Current Rules'When one of the weirdest days in NFL history dawned Thursday morning, it seemed like the NFL might have to begin the league year.
NFL Teams Barring Players?While some teams may indeed be allowing players onto team facilities, others are not, CBSSports.com has learned.
Free Agent RB Kevin Smith Hopes NFL Deal Gets DoneKevin Smith wasn't surprised the Detroit Lions chose not to offer him a contract. The running back just hopes the NFL labor deal gets done soon so he can find a new home in the league.
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