Union executive committee member Brian Dawkins says he believes NFL owners and players have a sense of urgency to avoid a lockout because they don't want to alienate fans. The veteran Denver Broncos safety said Tuesday "we understand who butters our bread." Dawkins and fellow NFL Players Association executive committee member Mike Vrabel alternated between optimism and expressing...
Maybe, maybe not. Owning a private jet is quite a luxury, but the owners also put a lot on the line. With great risk, comes great reward. That is why the players get millions per year on their contracts.As a potential lockout looms, Vrabel believes fans can relate more to players than to owners.
“We don’t have 32 players who have private jets in the NFL,” he said.
Are you man enough? Eric Berry? Apparently Not!
The real sense of urgency will come closer to the time the season begins. The players will be missing there pay checks and the owners will be worried about not getting all the money from all the people who goes to the games. I think there will be a lockout in March but It will be worked out before it comes time to start the season.