MINNEAPOLIS -- The NFL is falling behind in its court fight with the players over the future of the $9 billion business.
The federal judge who lifted...
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Mediation part two begins in earnest today as the key player in the NFL in 2011, Judge Susan Nelson, has ordered such talks to occur.
Both parties in Brady v. NFL have filed their briefs. The stage is set for courtroom football to proceed on April 6th; the NFL's short-term future now rests in the hands of Judge Susan Nelson.
Now that the NFLPA and the NFL have had their annual meetings to vent about the other side and their tactics, we are at the same place we were when talks broke off on March 11th.
The mainstream media has documented the facts over the years but has failed to tie them together during the election. John McCain is no maverick; he' a master of the quid pro quo.
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