Bloody Thursday to begin.. Owners turn off all talks

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by bigreese82, Mar 2, 2006.

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  1. bigreese82

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    NFL News Click here to find out more!

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    NFL.com wire reports

    NEW YORK (March 2, 2006) -- NFL owners voted unanimously Thursday to break off talks with the players' union on a contract extension, leaving the current salary cap in place with the start of free agency looming -- and possibly forcing the mass dumping of veterans.

    The owners, who met for 57 minutes Thursday morning, endorsed a recommendation by their management council executive committee to reject the union's latest proposal.

    NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue was expected to have a news conference later Thursday morning.

    saw on my Fantasy Football site...no link yet..breaking news..actually was a press conference
     
  2. nigel

    nigel Back on the bus

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    Colin Cowherd played a clip of Tag's news conference this morning. It sounds like the owners are pretty strong in their resolve. Either that, or they are playing a really dangerous game of chicken with the NFLPA.
     
  3. Thefreak

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    It’s really easy. They are the owners and have money in the reserves; the players are the ones who end up losing the most. I think the NHL's lockout was a major message for all professional sports. I doubt you see any more work stoppages in the near future.
     
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