NFL, players can't agree on impact
WASHINGTON -- The NFL and its players' union can't seem to agree on much when it comes to their labor talks, including the possible economic impact of a lockout.
The union estimates an average of about $160 million in local spending and 3,000 jobs would be lost in each league city if the full 2011 season were wiped out. Player salaries account for 30 to 50 percent of that $160 million, the economist who analyzed data for the union said Friday.
"The point here is not to ...
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