NFL: Union leader breaks off talks with management

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  1. Nitsuj™

    Nitsuj™ We Are The Resistance

    Oct 23, 2000
    Talks between the NFL and its players' union on an extension of the sport's collective bargaining agreement broke down Tuesday without a settlement that would keep the league's salary-cap system in place beyond next season.

    Without an extension, many teams would have to release players Thursday to get under a salary cap projected to be about $96 million per club next season. With a labor extension, the cap probably would be about $10 million per team higher.

    We could see some major blows dealt on Thursday if nothing happens...
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