Lockout Letter from NFL to NFLPA

March 12th, 2011

The League notified the NFLPA yesterday it has locked out the players of the National Football League as of 12:00 a.m. March 12, 2011.

On March 11, Dennis Curran, Senior VP of Labor Litigation and Policy, writes that if a new CBA is not reached by 11:59 p.m., the League will send a letter to teams to be forwarded to its players explaining the terms of the Lockout.

This was to be done regardless of decertification.

The 12 bullets defining the Lockout include:

  • Termination of health insurance
  • Banning players from entering any team facilities
  • Banning players from having contact with any team staff (coaches, medical personnel, etc.)
  • Banning of agents from facilities and communications with teams

You can see the full document below (click on image for larger version):

4 Responses to “Lockout Letter from NFL to NFLPA”

  1. Amanda Says:

    I think it is so stupid that the players can’t be in contact with the coaches. They are not just players and coaches, they are friends! Grow up and start acting like adults!!

  2. Shane Says:

    This is unreal and sad at the same time.

  3. david Says:

    come on nfl this is stupit lrft the dam lockout and move on i want to see a football game and so other fans

  4. gun auction Says:

    gun control…

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