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#1 MHS831

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 10:56 AM

Hopefully, this is the info you (like me) really want to know. Condensed from ESPN article. If this is embedded in other threads please accept my most sincere apologies for the tremendous inconvenience reading this must have caused.

Per ESPN

Timeline:

The NFL's 130-day labor dispute is set to end after an agreement on the remaining points was reached for a 10-year deal.

Sources say the NFL Players Association's executive committee plans to vote on a collective bargaining agreement Monday, followed by votes from player representatives and eventually players league-wide.

The timeline, according to an ESPN.com source:

Monday: NFLPA's executive committee votes whether to recommend approval of the CBA approved by owners on Thursday. Then, a player rep from each of the 32 teams votes whether to recommend approval of the CBA.

Wednesday: Players from some teams report to facilities and vote whether to recertify the NFLPA as a union and accept the proposed CBA.

If the NFLPA has gotten the necessary votes, teams can also start contract talks with their own players, including free agents and draft choices.

Friday: The remaining players report and vote whether to approve recertification and the CBA. If the NFLPA then receives the necessary 50-percent-plus-one-vote majority in approval, then it recertifies as a union.

Saturday: Free agency starts and teams can officially sign players.

#2 Hairless Cat

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 11:14 AM

hope it happens- pretty much ready for anything at this point though

#3 jim stone

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 11:22 AM

Still no revised schedule?

#4 TruCatzFan

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 11:34 AM

Hope that squirrel doesn't lock your thread because it's better than his....

If he does, he'll more than likely put a link in to his though.

This definitely deserves it's own thread.

The "Madatory" one sucks and all the real info is lost in garbage posts by people who don't understand anything whatsoever.

#5 MHS831

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 11:40 AM

Hope that squirrel doesn't lock your thread because it's better than his....

If he does, he'll more than likely put a link in to his though.

This definitely deserves it's own thread.

The "Madatory" one sucks and all the real info is lost in garbage posts by people who don't understand anything whatsoever.


Yes, I think it needs to be separated from everything else. Thanks. I did not see Squirrel's info but i figured it was out there somewhere--I don't care about credit or even reading something posted elsewhere if it is not obvious. Some people read everything that is posted, some (me) survey the thread titles and move on. It takes time to develop a knowledge of every topic covered--not interested in spending 20 minutes researching something to avoid inconveniencing some jerk for 20 seconds.

#6 TruCatzFan

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 11:54 AM

Yes, I think it needs to be separated from everything else. Thanks. I did not see Squirrel's info but i figured it was out there somewhere--I don't care about credit or even reading something posted elsewhere if it is not obvious. Some people read everything that is posted, some (me) survey the thread titles and move on. It takes time to develop a knowledge of every topic covered--not interested in spending 20 minutes researching something to avoid inconveniencing some jerk for 20 seconds.


Which is exactly why I created 3 separate threads the other day...

1- owners voted and news that went along with that vote

2- goodell's press conference where He said the lockout was over with

3- the possibility of a hold out

Apparently I love creating threads about the same thing though..?

#7 CarolinaVeins

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 01:27 PM

Which is exactly why I created 3 separate threads the other day...

1- owners voted and news that went along with that vote

2- goodell's press conference where He said the lockout was over with

3- the possibility of a hold out

Apparently I love creating threads about the same thing though..?


You do...

#8 Squirrel

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 01:59 PM

Hope that squirrel doesn't lock your thread because it's better than his....

If he does, he'll more than likely put a link in to his though.

This definitely deserves it's own thread.

The "Madatory" one sucks and all the real info is lost in garbage posts by people who don't understand anything whatsoever.


Mod bashing hmm.

#9 TheRealDeal

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 02:22 PM

His downward spiral is trying to rival mine

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 02:25 PM

How do you not see a MEGA thread that's stuck to the top of the page, where it's been for damn near a week?