Goodell, Smith work on NFL labor deal

A person familiar with the situation says NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and players' boss DeMaurice Smith are back in Minnesota for labor talks as they try to put pro football back in business.
The person says that after Goodell and Smith addressed NFL
rookies in Florida on Wednesday morning, they returned north to
resume negotiations. The latest round of discussions in the
four-month-old lockout began Tuesday.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because details of
the meetings have not been made public.
Owners and players are seeking a deal that would divide revenues
and guide league activities for years to come. Talks have been
scheduled through Friday. Owners and players aren't present this
time around - instead, the sessions involve Goodell, Smith and
their staffs.



 
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