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The next big NFL labor thing

If a lockout starts, the players just might have the legal means to stop it

Originally Published: March 10, 2011
By Lester Munson | ESPN.com

It's the offseason, so we wouldn't be throwing around a lot of football lingo anyway, right? You know, the opportunities to use cool phrases like "hitch and go" and "neutral zone" don't crop up every day this time of year. But never fear. The NFL and its union are nonetheless providing plenty of highfalutin words that just roll off the tongue here in our Courtside Seat. Today, we start with …

Labored language

For three years, "lockout" has been the word used most frequently ...

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