We're still waiting to hear what will come of the owners' proposal and the players vote but NFL executives are getting a jump on the rules that could be in place when the league re-opens.
According to the (other) AP, four executives from each team were invited to a labor seminar with the league that will review the nuts and bolts of the proposed deal.
For the Kansas City Chiefs, that presumably includes GM Scott Pioli and team president Mark Donovan. Pioli was seen preparing for the meeting yesterday before the league decided to push it back to early Friday morning.
Chiefs owner Clark Hunt has been involved in most of the negotiations so I've been wondering if that means Pioli and Donovan have been clued in better than others as to the details of the new deal. I'm not sure it's a competitive advantage but it certainly can't hurt.
Back to waiting for this thing to end.