The Ambush onside kick was the defining moment of that Super Bowl,” said ESPN.com NFC South writer Pat Yasinskas. “It showed the Saints weren’t afraid of anyone or anything. In fact, it might be one of the defining moments in Super Bowl history.
The Saints should be back on the practice field before long. Payton is a master motivator. I think it’s pretty safe to assume the Saints will be hearing a lot about the Seattle loss throughout training camp.
A full agreement in principle hadn’t been completed as of Tuesday night, and another person familiar with the talks said there was no guarantee a full document would be finished Wednesday, either.
The legal teams and staff worked Tuesday night to finalize a draft of a settlement to present to players and owners Wednesday, opening the door for the parties to push the process toward conclusion. First to take the document will be the 13-man NFL Players Association executive committeeand the 10-man NFL labor committee. With their recommendations, votes will take place.
The NFL and the players seem ready to get back to work and end the lockout. A deal is now imminent, although there are still a few loose ends, but assuming all goes well then the players should be voting to approve the CBA tomorrow followed by the owners Thursday at their next meeting.
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