Tuesday, April 19, 2011

green bay packers

green bay packers


The NFL season begins Sept. 8 in Green Bay in a matchup of the last two Super Bowl champions - league reopens for business on time.

The league announced on Tuesday plans for a 2011 revelation that broadcasts the league-owned NFL Network and ESPN2, with more than one month of the season that the shutdown could do it - or at least parts of - in danger.

"We do what we can to prepare for the 2011 season," NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league television channel. "We are announcing the agenda for the near normal this time of year, because we know that this is an important point where the fans come out for the season, and I think there is every reason not to. I have every intention of playing a full schedule, and that was just therefore, let the time properly. "

The announcement slated for next season was 256 games in a day that representatives of competition and lock out players met with the judge in Minneapolis to the mediated talks after a three-day break again. A federal judge is ready to decide on players' request for an injunction to end the exclusion from the franchise owners will be March 12 one day after the previous round of talks between the two parties collapsed.

No comments:

Post a Comment