Bengals owner Mike Brown has arrived at today’s negotiating sessions between the NFL and NFL Players Association, Albert Breer of the NFL Network reports.
The addition of Brown, who was one of two owners to vote against the 2006 collective bargaining agreement, means that nine of the 10 members on the NFL Management Council Executive Committee are in attendance.
Committee co-chair Jerry Richardson (Carolina), Robert Kraft (New England), John Mara (NY Giants), Clark Hunt (Kansas City), Jerry Jones (Dallas), Art Rooney (Pittsburgh), Dean Spanos (San Diego) and Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy have attended Wednesday and/or Thursday’s talks. Denver Broncos owner and committee co-chair Pat Bowlen has not been attended this week’s talks.
The committee hopes to have a deal in place that can be voted on when all 32 owners convene in Atlanta on July 21.
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