Locked Out, But Knocking At The Door

June 21, 2011 by Karren
Filed under: NFL, NFL Football-tickets 

The NFL lockout  hit its 100th day over this past weekend.  It is the largest work stoppage in league’s history.  However, there does seem to be a shift in both owners and players behavior leading to the hope that that there indeed may be a possible settlement before training camp.  Owners initiated a meeting without lawyers being present.  The players had long been asking for such a meeting.  This appears to be a literal “game” changer.  I don’t think many players or fans are hearing the tick toc of the clock right now because football season is not here yet.  When the late summer and Fall come,  so too should football be here. Roger Goodell’s cred is on the line.  He has to basically control the owners. Who here is really the pig?  Owners/ Players.  Not so easy to answer.  Truth is, there is going to have to be some give and take on both sides of the table.  The NFL is on the line.  Let’s play ball.

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2 Comments on Locked Out, But Knocking At The Door

  1. Joe on Wed, 22nd Jun 2011 11:59 am
  2. The only people that get hurt in these lockouts are the fans. What ever costs are associated with which ever side wins, the dollar is just passed to the fans!

  3. Karren on Wed, 22nd Jun 2011 1:26 pm
  4. You are so right. With billions on their table, we just want some football on ours…

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