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NFL Lockout Watch, Day 5: Teams Put Lockout Plans Into Motion
Published March 16, 2011
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KEEPING IN TOUCH: Titans season-ticket holders are “receiving letters from team owner Bud Adams this week.” Adams in the letter “sends a message to fans that their support has not been unnoticed and is appreciated.” Titans Exec VP/Administration & Facilities Don MacLachlan said that “this is the second letter Adams has sent to season ticket holders since the 2010 season ended.” MacLachlan said in the event that a game is canceled, season-ticket holders “will receive the payment of that canceled game.” MacLachlan: “They would get that refund in its entirety” (WKRN.com, 3/15). Jaguars Owner Wayne Weaver also sent an open letter to fans. The letter read in part, “I firmly expect that we will play football this fall. Therefore, our ticket and sponsorship efforts will continue with business as usual. We will also continue hosting offseason events for our fans, as we have done before” (JAGUARS.com, 3/15). In DC, Mike Jones noted Redskins Exec VP & GM Bruce Allen addressed the NFL’s labor situation in a letter to fans yesterday, and his comments “were the first any Redskins official had issued since the NFL’s owners imposed a lockout on players Saturday” (WASHINGTONPOST.com, 3/15).