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NFL Lockout Talks Hit Snag, Now Back on Track for Crucial Tuesday Talks

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jul/04/2011
NFL Lockout

Following a brief setback in talks between the NFL owners and players union last Thursday, it now appears the two sides are on track to ending the NFL lockout.

According to NFL PR man Greg Aiello, a draft of an agreement was in the works this past weekend.  The lockout has lasted over 100 days. 

Critical talks were scheduled for Tuesday.

Owners and players are getting closer when it comes to agreeing on the division of revenue, sources told ESPN.com's John Clayton.

"We'll continue to meet next week, and the goal is to get a deal done," NFL Players Association leader DeMaurice Smith said following Friday's meeting. 

The two sides have been trying to figure out how to agree on the division of revenues .

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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