“We’ve had discussions about representing some additional players who want to have a voice in the matter,” said Bryan Clobes of Cafferty Faucher.
Those discussions are ongoing, but all of those elements combined could swing the leverage to one side or the other in a case where there has been little of it, perhaps increasing the chances the court-ordered mediation will produce some much-needed progress with the first preseason game just 3 1/2 months away.
“There’s a lot of uncertainties right now,” Pash said. “I think when we’re back together we’ll know more. People’s legal positions will be clearer.”
NBC Sunday Night Football will make its first visit to Kansas City on November 27th when the Chiefs host the Steelers. Though the ratings-rich edition of NBC’s broadcast has yet to show the Arrowhead turf, the Chiefs have still hosted six Sunday night meetings and, in total, taken part in 13 Sunday night games.
The last such home contest came in 2003 when Buffalo visited Arrowhead (10/26) and was promptly disposed of 38-5. The Chiefs were playing in front of a primetime audience for the second week in a row and ran their record to a perfect 8-0 with the victory.
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