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NFL Holding First Post-Lockout Owners Meeting In New Orleans
Published March 21, 2011
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Standard annual meeting updates are also expected, including from NFL Network, finance, competition, and marketing. And showing further that life goes on, the owners will consider proposals to change the game’s kickoff procedures. Rules changes are commonly debated at annual meetings. Head coaches are also expected, as usual, to attend and speak to reporters. However, they cannot speak about players.
The owners have their annual meeting party at the WW2 museum in New Orleans tonight, and last night James Carville and Mary Matalin were scheduled to speak to them about the recovery efforts in New Orleans.