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NFL's Pash Says Lockout May Not Begin As Soon As CBA Expires
Published February 3, 2011
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Bob Batterman, the league's outside labor attorney, talked to reporters after the press conference and explained that it was possible to extend the deadline if the two sides were close, although he did not characterize that as a likely scenario. Meanwhile, Batterman, who was the outside labor counsel to the NHL during the '04-05 lockout, said the “only other time I have seen owners as unified as they are here is in 2004 and '05 in hockey.”