Finally, some good news comes from the front lines of this lockout battle. On Monday, U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson ordered an end to the league’s lockout, siding with the players. This means that the NFL is required to resume business and players can now go to work at team facilities. While this initially sounds good, the NFL has plans to appeal the decision, meaning our excitement could be short-lived.
But until then, the lockout’s over, baby!
And now, some links for you on this late Monday evening/Tuesday morning:
- Josh Cribbs and other players plan on going to the Browns facility on Tuesday (Cleveland.com)
- Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller felt right at home after his visit with the Browns (Cleveland.com)
- 2011 NFL Draft: Expecting the Unexpected from the Carolina Panthers (Waiting for Next Year)
- Browns may not be able to resist LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson (Ohio.com)