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Source: NFLPA's Smith Tells Agents To Prepare For A Lockout
Published February 25, 2011
Sources also said Smith told agents what rules will apply to contact between the NFL and players when the work stoppage begins. These sources asked for anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly on union business.
Some agents at the meeting in downtown Indianapolis, where the NFL Combine is being held, did talk to the national sports media gathered in the hallways. Powerful agents Tom Condon, Ben Dogra, Drew Rosenhaus and Joel Segal told the assembled press they are solidly behind Smith and the NFLPA.
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