Ok..regarding the latest CBA negotiations in the NFL. We hear all about the greedy owners trying to squeeze more real football into the season while at the same time squeezing more money out of the players and into their own pockets...Right? I mean not to excuse the players or the union but its pretty easy to paint the likes of Al Davis, Jerry Jones, or Jerry Richardson as the money-grubbing villains of the story who would sacrifice a football season in order to make their point and get their way.
But what of the Packers?
Surely the GB executive committee, answerable to 112,000 football mad and diehard 'owners,' can't be willing to lock-out the players and sacrifice a football season in order to make even more money? Does being the publicly owned anomaly in the League put the Packers management at odds with the other owners in the NFL?
What is the position of the Packers executive committee regarding the CBA negotiations and the possibility of an owners lock-out?