What the NFL is doing about the NFL’s lockout
Posted September 15, 2018 05:03:03While the NFL has been quiet about the lockout, it has been making its presence felt by offering players a lot of free money.
The NFLPA is demanding that the NFL end the lockout.
The players are demanding a contract that includes full protections for players, and the league has not offered any.
The players have not received the money.
In fact, some players are calling for the players to get $100 million more to pay their workers.
The owners of the NFL have not provided a reason for the lockout that has lasted nearly four months, but they have been in an intense dispute with players.
The league has been forced to pull games from Saturday and Sunday nights, and games on Monday nights have been postponed.
The league says it is doing this in order to make up for the financial shortfall it has experienced.
The NFLPA says the lockout is hurting players, but the owners have been arguing that it is hurting the NFL in a different way.
They have said that the players are being punished for doing something the owners want to do, but that the owners are not penalizing the players for doing the same thing the players want to.
The lockout has created economic hardship for the league, the players, its fans and its sponsors.
The Players Association has been demanding that there be more money for the employees of the league’s 32 teams, and for a raise in the league salary cap, which is currently at $72 million.
The union also wants a raise for the general managers of the teams, a move that would increase the salaries of all NFL general managers.
The unions have said they will not accept a new contract without the salary cap raise, and that if the NFLPA does not agree to that, they will seek a lockout extension.
The lockout has made it difficult for teams to get new players.
Some teams have been able to recruit from outside the league to join the team.
Some players are not happy with the lack of exposure.
The teams have also said that they are in a position to renegotiate contracts in the future, but many are not convinced that this is the right move.