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Regular Season Extension To Be Discussed Wednesda

Posted on: June 15, 2010 2:32 pm
 
The great debate looming for fans in all these labor negotiations is the possibility of an 18-game regular season. Good idea or bad idea? Be prepared to choose a side at some point.

Jason La Canfora writes that Wednesday’s labor negotiations between the NFLPA and NFL will likely touch on this subject. Owners generally like the idea of an extended regular season; players don’t. This issue could impact roster sizes, salaries and, of course, television schedules. You’ll hear more and more about it over the next year.
 
P.S. It’s worth noting that in La Canfora’s article, the regular season extension is referred to as “regular season enhancement”. Could this be because La Canfora works for NFL.com, and Roger Goodell is in favor of an 18-game schedule?

--Andy Benoit

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