Is this the face of a man with good news in the near future?
What we thought would be a one-night sleepover meeting for the league’s owners in Chicago will actually be two nights, as according to Pro Football Talk a few team officials were present on Monday. The full meeting began today, and Mike Florio has been burning up the line on his rotary dial phone to keep on top of the latest developments. His sources say that commissioner Roger Goodellwill push for the owners to accept the best deal possible for both sides and end the lockout.
Browns rookie running back Montario Hardesty tore his left ACL in Cleveland’s final preseason game last year, paving the way for the emergence of Peyton Hillis. New head coach Pat Shurmur says that Hardesty is on track for full participation in training camp.