NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA chief DeMaurice Smith have arrived to start a second straight day of negotiations at a law firm in Manhattan.
Members of the NFL Players’ Association executive board and owners met at a law firm in Manhattan on Thursday in hopes of resolving a lockout that began in March.
Lawyers for the NFL and the players are meeting for two days to sort out paperwork that could speed the process in reaching a new labor contract.
Joined by a handful of owners and players, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA head DeMaurice Smith resumed talks Thursday aimed at ending the lockout with a new collective bargaining agreement.
People familiar with the talks tell The Associated Press that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith are meeting in Minnesota without players or owners present.
Round 4 of the “secret” negotiations is over. Round 5 is coming soon — perhaps to a suburban locale near you.
NFL owners and players are meeting for the second straight day in the Boston area as they attempt to close in on a new collective bargaining agreement.
NFL owners and players are in the Boston area to resume negotiations toward a new collective bargaining greement, a person with knowledge of the talks is telling The Associated Press.
NFL owners and players are discussing a straight split of income in the next collective bargaining agreement that would net the players just under 50 percent of total revenues.
NFL owners will gather Tuesday, and perhaps into Wednesday, to discuss the status of negotiations with the players for a new collective bargaining agreement.