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OBR Newswire on March 2nd, 2011 AT 11:00 AM
These are links from the OBR Newswire for March 2nd from 10:15 to 10:19:
- Plain Dealer – Pluto: For the Cleveland Browns to rebuild successfully, one needs to turn down the combine hype – When it comes to the NFL draft, let's hope the Browns do exactly what they did a year ago in the first round — they took the best pure football player, according to their ratings.
- Akron Beacon Journal – The Book of Matthews isn’t closed for Browns – Frequently when he's recognized, Casey Matthews finds himself talking to a fan who hopes the Browns won't be fooled again.
- Sports Network – Judge rules against NFL over TV money – U.S. District Judge David Doty has ruled NFL owners have violated their agreement with the NFL Players Association by setting aside $4 billion in additional television revenue, in the event the sides could not agree on a new collective bargaining agreement by Thursday's deadline.
- Yahoo! Sports – Profiles of NFL’s 32 team owners – The NFL owners who opted out of the last Collective Bargaining Agreement come from various backgrounds
- NFL.com news – Talks between NFL, union resume; will pause for owners meeting – The NFL and the NFL Players Association resumed labor negotiations on Wednesday morning with the entire NFL labor committee and key NFLPA executives present at the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service office of George Cohen.
- MSNBC.com – Many NFL players living paycheck-to-paycheck – When NFL owners read the opposing defense, they see an obvious soft spot in the line: the free-spending, high-living ways of more than 20 percent of the league’s players.
- The Associated Press – Saints sign DT Shaun Rogers, tender offers to 10 players – The New Orleans Saints say they've signed free-agent defensive tackle Shaun Rogers to a one-year contract.
- SI.com – Urgency building as NFL and players union continue mediated negotiations – A very different kind of countdown to kickoff is under way here in downtown D.C., as the NFL and its players union continued to take part in mediation talks Tuesday as they approach the expiration of the league's collective bargaining agreement at midnight Thursday.
- Cincinnati.com – Goodbye Carson Palmer, hello Cam Newton – Can we all agree now that Carson Palmer isn't joking?