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|03-04-2011, 02:39 PM||#1|
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CBA deadline extended a week
Sides to resume talks Monday as CBA deadline extended a week
WASHINGTON -- The NFL Players Association and the league have agreed upon a seven-day extension of talks on a new collective bargaining agreement, one day after the sides agreed to a 24-hour extension of the expiration of the current CBA.
Negotiations are set to resume Monday, with the sides taking the weekend off.
The seven-day clock would not stop in that case, meaning both parties will have five more days of negotiations, lasting through Friday, March 11.
The NFLPA informed the league during Thursday's bargaining session that it would begin the decertification process on Friday, according to sources, unless the league agreed to a 10-day extension of the talks. The sides have compromised on seven days.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters Friday that the existing differences between the league and union are best addressed through continued communication.
"This is going to get resolved through negotiations, not through litigations," Goodell said. "So, talking is better than litigating.
People assume that time is a strict progression of cause and effect, but actually from a non-linear non-subjective viewpoint it's more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly timey wimey...stuff.
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