Henderson Retiring From League Office
PHOENIX, Ariz.--The NFL's team owners were told here today that Harold Henderson is retiring as the league's chief labor executive, according to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
Henderson has been the league's chief labor negotiator for 15 years. Kraft said that Commissioner Roger Goodell and attorneys Jeff Pash and Gregg Levy will take on expanded negotiating roles with Henderson leaving.
By Mark Maske |
March 26, 2007; 3:02 PM ET
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