NFL Players Union and Owners Meeting: Suggestion for an Easier Transition

February 11, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

By this time, we all know that it seems inevitable that the new CBA will not be finished before the current one expires March 4th.
To this outside observer, this is something that is both puzzling and ill advised to allow to happen by both parties. The owners and players are debating who should get a greater share of the revenue that the NFL takes in, and this is a debate that will not be easily settled.
Difficulty in reaching a point where both sides are in agreement could take an extended amount of time, and if that is the case, the offseason will be severely affected. No free agency, no trades and no training camp? All three of these effect teams in the league and their ability to improve next season.
As a Seahawks fan, perhaps my opinion is biased, but the rebuilding teams will be hit harder than others. If they cant be active in free agency, how will they know what needs to fill via the draft? Then, at the draft, how can it be expected that teams that traditionally ...

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