So this will not stun you but some teams began calling agents about their free agent clients on Sunday night, one agent tells me.
The labor deal — and the path to NFL football in 2011 — is finally, truly done. Well, almost.
Armageddon will be avoided. The NFL is going to be back in business sooner rather than later.
Cautioning not to assume the lockout will be over by the weekend, NFL Players Association president Kevin Mawae said his group is “not tied” to a deadline for getting a deal done in the next 24 hours.
Months into the NFL lockout, a former Detroit Lion says it impacts more than just players.
The Detroit Lions say they have made some adjustments to their business operation because of the NFL lockout.
The executive director of the NFL Players Association says the lockout shouldn’t be boiled down to “Shut up and play.”
Constantly, as the NFL’s lockout drags on, we hear about how there is a lack of urgency.
The one thing both Lions’ players and managers agree upon is that, one way or another, football will be played in 2011.