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Rob1_Billion
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7/5/2011 5:49:01 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
There is about one week left until we start seeing cancellations, starting with preseason games. You guys getting nervous? Is your favorite team possibly going to be adversely impacted due to limited free agency and shortened training camp?

My team, the Packers, is probably pretty unaffected... We played more games than any other team last year (making it less important for practice) and obviously what we had was working without needing free agency to supplement. Are you worried about your favorite club?
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7/22/2011 11:04:16 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
I was listening to ESPN this morning, and one of the player reps said the players weren't as happy with the deal as the media has portrayed. He believes they've made a lot of progress but that they need to read through the whole deal, detail by detail today. If the added details they find can be overlooked, then they vote today, if not, the player rep said "they adhere to no one's timetable."
But it's Norway, sort of the Canada of Europe."
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7/22/2011 1:23:01 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
I think it's ridiculous that the players are complaining so much. They're so much better off than they seem to realize. While it's true some reforms are needed, what we (the fans) need most is for the players to suck it up and realize that they are employees and as such the owners shouldn't have to consider them as equals.
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