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The NFL season is heading into the home stretch we know that you'd better enjoy it.
That may not be a season next year because above labor dispute would billionaire -- -- a million play -- really allow next year to be counseled.
-- -- company now sports casting legend and a whole war wolf.
A lot of back that if you very much is this possible a -- -- -- -- if possible with the because that's what happened in 1987.
Is likely next you.
I don't think in my opinion.
You may have a -- yes but the second question is will -- this dubious season.
Yes because the six months between the time the agreement expires in March.
And then six months they'll start to play until September.
So I would think even if there's a lockout.
That they would settle at some time within those six -- daisy -- -- -- financial show you know about yes that -- -- very interest in the financial implications of any development and now outside the immediate world of Wall Street.
If there were to be -- law counts and some gains would just didn't happen.
That has a significant economic impact certainly on locally compliments.
-- mean if the jets don't play in the giants don't play just across the revenue in new you'll.
-- local economy takes a hit but you say not likely to happen I don't think so and there would be gains.
They would use the -- the replacement players like they did in 1980 -- and then literally work out too well no it didn't work out at all but they counted those gain.
As the regular season -- On Warner put another part of the -- just being a business network -- president marketing and that's what we're seeing right now both sides not only the NFL but in the NBA is well.
Sort of positioning themselves.
To say it's not our fault it's the leaves for alters the union's fall what do you make of these battles now going on these different leads me whose fault is it and will that -- cost one side of the Yahoo!'s full does it well again it depends which side you stand.
Now do you have a -- No not ruling that I have no horse in this race if you're always that you see don't know have they really cost one sided thing about the NFL in the early eighties -- -- had to cut the season in nine games and things like that.
I think the fans of the lose.
No matter what you know because the the owners have they get the insurance.
They don't lose the players lose they can't make up the salaries they lost for the games they lost so that that is the losing side.
But it's interesting to me that the the league says well we want -- Increase it to eighteen regular season games and just two exhibitions rather than sixteen regular season for exhibitions.
And you know they say -- what's the difference you're playing -- -- games but the difference this -- a from a player wait a minute.
If I'm playing for exhibition games are really play.
Four quarters of those games so the chances -- -- getting hurt all less with a sixteen for that eighteen and two that's one thing.
And then the second thing.
Which I agree with the owners I'm taking aside this one point of the owners.
They wanna put a salary cap -- rookies.
So in other words you had Sam Bradford the number one draft choice this year the -- was turned out very well on the way.
What he got it and 86 million dollar contract fifty million guaranteed.
Well good for him but a -- veteran normal rams.
A simple one minute and what what what this kid hasn't thrown -- pants.
And fed -- and Britain you know busting myself all that come on so I agree -- that should change.
Just -- the team itself.
And the other thing is the owners want they want more drug testing.
I'm not sure that's a good idea because what -- you call your mind that I have enough players in the along that they've been replaceable what we're stupid hot water.
I gotta get multiple view on this look at the and addressing -- -- -- local legend of the sports world thanks available like you.
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