Sure, the NFL lockout may or may not survive a players' injunction seeking to prevent ownership from doing so. Little matter. Little surprise. But today, Commissioner Roger Goodell slashed his salary from $10 million annually with bonuses to $1. Just like he had promised should a lockout be imposed.
NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said last night that his members aren't interested in, and won't negotiate about, expanding the regular NFL season by two games a year. Here's what he told SI.com:
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