According to AP Sports writer JON KRAWCZYNSKI, the NFL Coaches Association finally decided enough was enough, and filed their own brief with the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last Wednesday.
Their appeal states the coaches support for the players by saying that the lockout is not only putting players jobs ask risk, but coaches jobs in jeopardy also, in a win at all cost league.
There needs to be some kind of solution to the CBA negotiations very quickly, that doesn’t require a court order for both sides to follow.
There were no individual coaches identified in the brief, although there are several coaches that lately have been vocal about the on going lack of negotiations.
A lot of players have been pleading with the NFLPA to get a deal done, some players are having a hard time making ends meet during the lockout, and are worrying about whats to come of the 2011 season.
I guess that was the owners plan all along, make the players sweat for a little while and see who gives in first. As a fan of the NFL and the New Orleans Saints, I just want football in 2011, both sides just need to make it happen..
Maybe now that the coaches have hopped off the fence, things will start moving along in the right direction.
WHO DAT LOVES THEM SAINTS!! WE DO GEAUX SAINTS..