NFL lockout could end today
WASHINGTON- Today could be the day the NFL lockout ends.
The four-month-old lockout could be near an end, as NFL players gave what was termed "conditional approval" of a proposal, however failed to vote on a full proposal to settle the league's labor dispute, citing several outstanding issues.
Pro Bowl offensive lineman Tyson Clabo, who played for the Atlanta Falcons last season, says the negotiators "still have a lot of work to do."
In Atlanta, where the owners' labor committee met, general counsel Jeff Pash said owners were hoping to have a final agreement ready to go Thursday.
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