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Posted at 10:23 AM ET, 01/27/2011

Video is another front in NFL, NFLPA labor battle

By Cindy Boren

As labor disagreements go, the one between the NFL and NFL Players Association is ground-breaking -- and it's only getting started. Instead of private talks in a secured room with only a few chosen occupants, this dustup is playing out incrementally and quite publicly online, in tweets and blog posts, with immediate reactions, rebuttals and retorts.

What's next? Videos, videos that the players' association will use in limited advertising (on its college all-star game) and hopes will go viral. (This ad won't appear on the Super Bowl, despite the headline on it.)

By Cindy Boren  | January 27, 2011; 10:23 AM ET
Categories:  NFL  
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Comments

This is getting real ugly..esp with players starting to turn on DeMaurice Smith.

The fact that both sides keep saying they "respect" the other (as their only word of choice of describing the process) tells me they hate each other adamantly.

Posted by: HogsHaven | January 27, 2011 10:47 AM | Report abuse

It's a whole new ballgame, that's for sure. No more Gene and Paul n a room together, Hogs Haven.

Posted by: CindyBoren | January 27, 2011 11:31 AM | Report abuse

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