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NFL's 130-day labor dispute is set to end

According to sources on both sides, the League’s owners and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) have reached an agreement on the remaining points needed in their 10-year labor deal.

Despite the progress, the NFL lockout still continues until a majority of the NFL players vote on the new agreement.

The NFLPA is making preparations for a major press conference Monday but first the player reps’ executive committee is scheduled to travel to Washington, D.C on Sunday so they can vote on Monday.

The NFL regular season is scheduled to start September 8, 2011 as the New Orleans Saints face off against the defending Super Bowl Champions the Green Bay Packers. The Packers will attempt to repeat following their Super Bowl victory last year against the Pittsburgh Steelers.


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