Revenue sharing will play key role in settlement
NEW YORK -- Shaun Alexander is back with Seattle, LaVar Arrington is on the market and Kerry Collins is in limbo.
So are many other players who must await the outcome of the owners meetings in Dallas before they know where they will be when free agency finally starts.
There was no deal following the latest round of "it's done, it's not done" reports Sunday. On Monday, it was clear the decision would come down to whether the owners would accept a revised revenue sharing, an issue for ...
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Paul Tagliabue hopes that the league and the Players Association can come to terms on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. The two sides are currently stalemated.
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