NFLPA president Kevin Mawae said in a statement Friday that the players would spend the day considering the NFL's latest written proposal.
You may be ready for some football, but a deal to end the NFL lockout isn't done yet.
According to a report, the owners will vote this afternoon on a new collective bargaining agreement.
According to multiple sources, coaches have returned to team headquarters at Valley Ranch.
Cowboys' linebacker DeMarcus Ware is open to the idea of restructuring his contract in order to better the team through free agency.
Under the proposed CBA, the Dallas Cowboys are around $18 million over the set salary cap of $120 million.
According to one source, a settlement in the NFL lockout is possible as early as today.
Quarterback Tony Romo believes the Cowboys are ready for the 2011 season, whenever it begins.
According to a source, the economics of a new NFL collective bargaining agreement are pretty much done.
According to a report today, players are considering seeking an injunction, which would allow rookies and free agents to sign with teams.