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    NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    NFL | Agreement in principal reached; owners have to agree now
    Mon, 6 Mar 2006 07:08:26 -0800

    ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports an agreement in principal has been reached in the NFL's labor talks, but now that agreement has to be agreed to by the NFL owners. The biggest hurdle to the agreement will be revenue sharing. As noted previously, the agreement will be presented at an owner's meeting in Dallas Tuesday, March 7.


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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    Good news but Mort always jumps the gun,I will believe it when I see it

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    I say they should just decide it with a flip of the coin. Heads they take the owners' proposal; tails the union's. But then they'd just argue over who got to keep the coin after the toss.

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenfleece
    But then they'd just argue over who got to keep the coin after the toss.
    Haha thats true

    I paid 11 euro to get the Charlton-Liverpool match yesterday,what a waste of money

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    Off-topic -- Sorry about that. Charlton has gotten awfully conservative just lately. Earlier in the season they played a really attacking style, but after that mid-season losing streak they kind of got paranoid on defense.

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    You should both follow a real team like Chelsea instead!

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    C,mon the pool!!!!!!!

    Robben is a 6 year old girl

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    go LIVERPOOL
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    thats right, we're the champs of the champs!!!
    Luis Garcia Rules!!!

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    chelsea aren't a real team they have too much money they just buy players its fantasy

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    Might I suggest if we're going to talk Premiership, we do so in the Lounge?

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    you lot started it

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    Re: NFL and Players Association agree in principle on labor talks

    Im Sorry we went off topic:sad:

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