NFL owners submit new CBA proposal
MINNEAPOLIS -- In the shadow of a permanent stay order, NFL owners and their locked-out players have resumed court-ordered mediation.
The sides wrapped an eight-hour session Monday night in front of U.S. Magistrate Judge Arthur Boylan that included a new proposal from the owners and a belief that progress is being made in the lengthy labor standoff that threatens a $9 billion business.
Owners and players alike remained mum on specifics of the talks, citing the judge's confidentiality ...
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