Collective bargaining not way to go for NFLPA
The NFL has issued a lengthy statement regarding the lockout notice that was issued just after midnight.
Here’s one interesting point especially with collective bargaining being a hot topic issue in Wisconsin and around the country: “At a time when thousands of employees are fighting for their collective bargaining rights, this union has chosen to abandon collective bargaining in favor of a sham ‘decertification’ and antitrust litigation. This litigation maneuver is built on the indisputably false premise that the NFLPA has stopped being a union and will merely delay the process of reaching an agreement.’
Something to think about.
Will have more within the hour of how the lockout affects the Lions, following a conference call with team president Tom Lewand.
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