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NFL Owners To Receive Update On Work Stoppage, Licensing Deals
Published October 12, 2010
NFL owners meeting in
The owners also will get an update on moves the league will take in the event of a work stoppage next year, including staff reductions and salary cuts. A source said there is a definite chance of a lockout beginning in March when the current labor deal expires, but this source was unsure if games would be lost. The meeting also serves as the first for new Rams Owner Stan Kroenke.