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Today's NFL CBA Talks Canceled Following Yesterday's Session
Published February 10, 2011
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NFLPA officials did not respond to multiple phone calls and e-mails. NFL Senior VP/PR Greg Aiello declined to answer questions about the negotiations, saying, "We are not confirming, denying or commenting on CBA meetings" (Liz Mullen, SportsBusiness Journal).
Meanwhile, sources said that a "league ownership meeting scheduled for next week has been canceled, too" (PROFOOTBALLTALK.com, 2/10).