Tuck's Rules: A plan to end the lockout
Under this proposal, the players give up some of their share so the game can expand
That's it. I can't handle it anymore, so I am taking matters into my own hands. Even though the two sides in the NFL lockout supposedly are making progress, the confidential nature of those talks means none of us knows how close the two sides really are.
It is time to take a commonsense approach to solving this thing, one anybody can understand. That's why I've come up with a four-point plan I think both parties should be able to live with. Yes, the real thing would be a little more complicated ...
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