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Trotter talks NFLPA opening books, decertifying

Posted on: March 9, 2011 10:29 am
Edited on: March 9, 2011 4:23 pm
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Posted by Will Brinson

NFL Labor
Jim Trotter of Sports Illustrated has been all over the labor scene in recent weeks -- he dropped the news about the union being "within minutes" of decertifying last Friday in this week's MMQB.

And he also broke the news that the NFLPA was bringing in an international investment bank to audit the NFL's books (if they open them). Best of all, he was kind enough to hope on the phone with me and talk about those issues, plus how much the NFL has to lose by not opening the books, whether he thinks the owners will actually show their financials, whether there was actually a "throat slash" involved last week, and his take on how the rest of the week in labor negotiations will play out.

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