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NFL Lockout: Chiefs Are Well Represented At Labor Negotiations

The Kansas City Chiefs are represented on both sides of the table as the NFL owner and NFL Players Association reconvene for another negotiating session with less than two days remaining before the current Collective Bargaining Agreement expires.

According to NFL Network's Albert Breer, the league's labor committee is in Washington D.C. and participating in the negotiating session. That includes the Chiefs Clark Hunt.

Others involved are: Jerry Richardson of the Carolina Panthers, Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, Bob Kraft of the New England Patriots, Art Rooney of the Pittsburgh Steelers, John Mara of the New York Giants, Mike Brown of Cincinnati Bengals, Dean Spanos of the San Diego Chargers, Mark Murphy of the Green Bay Packers, and Pat Bowlen of the Denver Broncos.

On the players side, we also have a former and current Chief repped: FB Tony Richardson, a Chief from 1995-2005, was in the players contingent as was LB Mike Vrabel.

So if Vrabel comes back to the Chiefs, he'll go from being on the opposite side of the negotiating table to high-fiving him after a win. Weird dynamic, huh?