The NFL labor negotiations roll on for another day as we continue to hope, hope and hope some more for the end of the NFL lockout. Owners and players are meeting on Friday and among the owners is a familiar face to the labor scene -- Kansas City Chiefs' Clark Hunt.
Hunt will join seven other owners in the labor negotiations with the players on Friday.
The other owners are: Giants co-owner John Mara, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Packers CEO Mark Murphy, Chargers owner Dean Spanos, Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and Steelers owner Art Rooney.
Reportedly, the two sides have made solid progress in the last few weeks and only a few hurdles remain. The biggest hurdle remaining, according to reports, is the rookie wage scale.
There's not much time left to get a deal done in order to save the start of training camp and preseason. The time to do a deal, as Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees said on Wednesday, is now.