Report: League And Union Agree To Seven Straight Days Of Negotiations

Pro Football Talk is reporting that the NFL and the players union have agreed to seven straight days of negotiations starting tomorrow.

From PFT:

A league source tells PFT that the league and union have agreed to seven straight days of negotiations. This development was disclosed in a conference call with agents. The seven straight days will kick off Friday.

Another good sign! Chances are we won’t hear much about these negotiations as the mediator stated earlier that he did not plan to release details about the talks. Inevitably, however, some bits of news will leak out.

What do you think Addicts? Will something get done in time?

Topics: Kansas City Chiefs, NFL Labor

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