Will an official discussion on the NFL lockout in New York City tomorrow include a high profile player like Peyton Manning? Drew Brees? It is certainly a possibility. The NFL Players association will be having an official discussion about the NFL lockout on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 from 3:30-5:30pm at New York Law School.
George Atallah, NFLPA Assistant Executive Director of External Affairs will be speaking along with an "undisclosed NFL player". An "undisclosed player" in New York City? Hmm...smells of a high profile player who has been visible in the NFL lockout proceedings, such as Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, or even Peyton's brother Eli Manning. The Official Lockout Discussion will be the biggest thing happening in New York since the Knicks have gone fishin' and Spiderman on Broadway is now a one act monologue at the Queens Community Theatre.
The discussion will be moderated by the New York Law School Sports Law Society. Topics of discussion will include the incredible success of the NFL, the lockout, and how both the NFLPA and the NFL reached the current lockout status.
Interesting enough, this discussion is open to the public. If you are in the New York City area, you may attend by contacting below. Don't tell them I sent you.
Contact Jilane Rodgers at the NFLPA - Jilane.Rodgers@nflplayers.com / 202.756.9171 (office) / 202.255.5874 (cell).
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