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In this video, the following players talk about what the NFL labor dispute and new CBA means to them and what a potential NFL lockout means for the league. Former Cleveland Browns tackle John St. Clair Washington Redskins linebacker Lorenzo Alexander Washington Redskins strong safety Reed Doughty Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Michael Jenkins Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Brian Finneran Washington Redskins wide receiver Anthony Armstrong Atlanta Falcons center Todd McClure
2 Mar 2011
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BY SAMANTHA MCCLENDON Anchor: Jessica Hord You're watching multisource sports news analysis from Newsy For the first time in 24 years -- the NFL is in a lockout. That could mean the worst... no football... at all! The owners imposed the move Friday at midnight after a 7-day negotiation extension failed. Both players and owners are still struggling to figure out how to split up 9 billion dollars. Right before the lockout, the union decertified, which gave 10 players the right to take the owners to court. The executive director for the NFL Players Association told NY1, the players are not giving in. DEMAURICE SMITH: “They wanted to announce that our differences were only 650 million dollars, and wouldn’t it be a great thing if we just split the difference? Well it is with a great deal of pride that the members and the players of the National Football League said ‘No’.” NFL Lockout**** posted the lockout letter from the NFL to the NFLPA... some of the terms that go along with the lockout include... “Termination of health insurance, banning players from entering any team facilities, banning players from having contact with any team staff, and banning of agents from facilities and communications with teams.” The litigation process could take a while, which means there could be a delay in the upcoming season -- or even no season at all. A writer for NBC Sports says no NFL games could lose the league more than money. “Both sides need to understand they risk losing the trust of a loyal, rabid fanbase. You can’t file a lawsuit to get that back.” Still, more than fans are upset about the possibility of a year without pro football. Some business owners depend on the NFL to bring in customers. The New Orleans Saints issued a statement to their fans, saying... “We take this current period sincerely and are resolute in our determination to reach a common accord. We remain confident that meaningful dialogue between the League and the players' union will continue...” But one commentator for NBC Sports says there may be nothing to worry about - the lockout could be over in a couple of days. MIKE FLORIO: “If the union’s position wins, it means the free agency could start by the end of the week. Players like Nnamdi Asomugha and Mathew Hasselbeck, they would hit the market. Business would continue for the National Football League with off-season workouts. If the NFL wins, that means the lockout continues and that means no football, no off-season activities until both sides reach a deal at the bargaining table.” Finally, a writer for Arrowhead Pride says both sides are being foolish. “Clark Hunt and the rest of the owners completely blew it. Mike Vrabel, Brian Waters and the rest of the players blew it. Everyone involved completely freakin' blew it.” A poll on the Arrowhead Pride website shows out of 703 votes, 417 said both the owners and the players are to blame for the lockout which is 59 percent. Do you care who’s at fault here? Or do you just want your football? 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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Ed Butowsky, Managing Partner of Chapwood Investments Management, discusses with NBC 5's Ashanti Blaize about the NFL lockout and growing concerns by proffessional athletes has them looking for other work. Read more about this at *******bit.ly/dJYHgW.
21 Mar 2011
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Ed Butowsky, Managing Partner of Chapwood Investments Management, discusses with NBC 5's Ashanti Blaize about the NFL lockout and growing concerns by proffessional athletes has them looking for other work. Read more about this at *******bit.ly/dJYHgW.
21 Mar 2011
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Draft weekend nears and NFL players are still locked out. Will potential draftees be boycotting the draft? PFW's Eric Edholm brings you up to date on the NFL lockout.
31 Mar 2011
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Discussions of the NFL lockout finally reached the first day in a court room. And while a decision may not come from the judge for a couple of weeks, PFW's Hub Arkush and Eric Edholm break down Wednesday's legal play-by-play.
10 Apr 2011
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The NFL lockout has put free agency on hold, likely until after the draft. See how PFW's Nolan Nawrocki says the lockout is changing teams' draft strategies, and how not everyone is playing by the rules.
14 Apr 2011
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Judge Susan Nelson has lifted the NFL lockout. The status of the NFL, for the moment, is chaotic with no Collective Bargaining Agreement. PFW's Hub Arkush sorts it all out.
26 Apr 2011
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BY DAN CORNFIELD You're watching multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Most football fans breathed a collective sigh of relief when the NFL lockout was lifted... only to find themselves in even murkier water. A federal judge this week ruled in favor of the players. While the owners seek an appeal, the interim stability has left a climate of uncertainty. "I think there are a lot things in the litigation that concern me about the future of the game. And I've been very clear about that. I think the challenges to the draft, the challenges to free agency restriction, all of those things threaten what we have built and that everybody loves." Bleacher Report’s Tom Kinslow paints a far starker picture, likening the current labor relations status to bedlam. “With the lockout behind us, it's open season, and in reality, it's more like chaos. We're in uncharted waters here and all of us are learning on the fly as the league proceeds after the end of the lockout. The rules are in flux and if a team wants to make a trade... on draft day, there's no one stopping teams from getting it done.” With a temporary peace, players had a choice to make. Some players, like those on the Detroit Lions, are still staying away from facilities. Others, namely the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants, allowed players to show up to work. Fox Business and HLN say this will undoubtedly lead to more litigation down the road. “But you have got to remember, Many of these players receive off-season workout bonuses, so in order to avoid any issues down the road, a lot of them showed up to work Tuesday, only to be turned away by security. Others were allowed in the building, but were then told they could not work out, just a crazy situation.” “So they want to show up, they want to get their money and there’s going to be lawsuits there as well, to say, well, there were a few days here perhaps where there wasn’t a lockout. I came, I was prepared to work out. And now I want my money, I have been damaged.” For now, the case goes to the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. Some believe the higher court is more likely to side with ownership. Either way, Sports Illustrated’s Peter King thinks a bargaining agreement won’t get done before kickoff this fall, meaning football could resume under the 2010 contract rules. “Even though I don’t think there’s going to be a new deal done between the players and owners by opening day, I do think there will be an opening day because the court came down so strongly on the part of the players.” 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for sports video news updates in your feed. Get more multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
30 Apr 2011
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PFW's Eric Edholm confirms that teams are breaking lockout rules by reaching out to undrafted players.  What can this mean for Free Agency??
10 May 2011
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11 Jun 2011
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July 26, 2011 (2:16) Now that the NFL lockout is over, a week unlike any other in NFL history begins as teams fill out rosters with free agents and draft pick signees.
27 Jul 2011
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July 26, 2011 (2:16) Now that the NFL lockout is over, a week unlike any other in NFL history begins as teams fill out rosters with free agents and draft pick signees.
28 Jul 2011
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