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Old Referees are Back…and Fans are Happy

Officials get standing ovation from fans after return Thursday night

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Top 10 Post Lockout Issues

NFL fans were thrilled on Monday when the lockout officially ended. They all slept well knowing that a full regular season would take place. The lockout did create a different landscape though, as teams are scrambling to fit an entire offseason into a week. What are the top 10 issues of the post-lockout landscape?

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What Happened To The Good Will Between Players And Owners

Multiple sports media outlets reported Thursday night that the good will between the owners and the players was high, and a new CBA would be agreed upon by today. The players didn't vote on a new CBA, and claimed that Thursday's ordeal was nothing more than a trick from the NFL's PR marketing machine. Where's the love?

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When Lockout Ends, Saints Will Be Ready

Once the NFL lockout ends, teams will have a lot of work to do in a short amount of time. The New Orleans Saints front office is prepared for the firestorm free agency period, and have already begun post lockout preperations.

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Secret Insurance Fund Helped NFLPA

Multiple news reports over the last 72 hours have stated that significant progress has been made in the NFL labor impasse between the owners and players. Recently, a report surfaced that DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the NFL players association, secured a secret player insurance fund if football was missed in 2011. Could that have sparked the progress in negotiations?

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Saints And Texans Cancel Joint Practices

For the last three training camps, the New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans have held joint practices before they face off in a preseason game. And for the last three years, those practices have been chippy, bad-tempered, sordid, and any other adjective that can replace the word fierce. Due to the NFL lockout, now in its fourth month, the two franchises had to cancel their joint practices.

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NFL Labor Talks Moving “Backwards”

Just when everyone thought the NFL lockout might be in its last days, it appears as though talks have stalled.

According to sources, players are accusing owners of going back on a proposal that wou

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Jon Stinchcomb Still Rehabbing

As the longest tenured member of the New Orleans Saints, Jon Stinchcomb has worked through his share of injuries. Take for instance last season, when he injured a knee tendon in Week 7. The 9 year veteran played through it, but needed rehab at season's end. While he's not 100% yet, he's inching closer to it.

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Strief Wants To Remain A Saint

New Orleans Saints offensive lineman Zach Strief plays many roles for one of the best front lines in the NFL. As a free agent, the lockout has left the big man in a state of uncertainty. Strief's preference would be to remain in the Crescent City.

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Could There Be An 8 Game NFL Season?

Could there be an 8 game NFL season? In the midst of a lockout, the league is preparing for a number of contingency plans. If the lockout isn't settled until October, a contingency plan is in place to have free-agency, training camp, and an 8 game season.

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