NFL Lockout: Judge Orders End to Lockout, What Does This Mean for NFL?

April 26, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL lockout is over.
That sound you just heard was every football fan in America exhaling a great sigh of relief as we have taken a step forward towards ending this saga and finally getting back to what matters most: the offseason and actually playing football games.
This has been an ugly affair, but after a judge sided with the players and lifted the lockout, it forced the owners to start negotiating in good faith, instead of what they were doing, holding the league and the players hostage, hoping they'd cave without income.
While the lockout is in the rearview, there are still plenty of questions now that it's lifted. Can players return to the facility? What happens when they do? Can teams start making personnel moves, or will that have to wait?
Inside we'll try and break all of that down to give you the best idea possible. As always, if you have any thoughts, be sure to leave them in the comments.
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