Overnight Ratings: PGA Tour, U.S. Open Rave Reviews For McLane Stadium T'Wolves Set Sales Record In Wake Of Love Trade NCAA Faces Suit Challenging Scholarship Limits Could Goodell Make Example Of McDonald? ABC Sees Mixed Bag For CFB Openers Nike Retains Durant With Deal Worth Over $265M IndyCar Finale Sees Lower Attendance Centerplate Announces Des Hague's Resignation Classified Advertisements
Upcoming Conferences and Events
No Ruling Yet On Temporary Stay Of Injunction Against NFL Lockout
Published April 29, 2011
As the league is not planning to usher in free agency immediately, the court could still rule later today, and the league would possibly not have the allegedly irreparable harm it claims starting free agency poses if the lower court’s order is later over turned.
At 8:00am ET this morning, players were able to report to team facilities and work out and meet with coaches. The players’ counsel had asked the 8th Circuit if it would hold off on ruling on the temporary stay until after it files a brief at 1:00pm today. The league responded if the court waited that long, it was in effect denying the temporary stay.