NFL on CBA: Talking is better than litigating
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NFL on CBA: Talking is better than litigating

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, general counsel Jeff Pash and FMCS director George Cohen addressed the media after it was announced that a seven-day extension has been agreed to, preventing an NFL lockout. (CBS News)

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