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NFL lockout limbo should be resolved in 'a matter of days,' says Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy

8:33 PM, Apr. 26, 2011
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On one of the more bizarre days in NFL history, Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy on Tuesday expressed hope that he and the rest of those in charge of teams would be able to go back into lockout mode until a new collective bargaining agreement can be negotiated.

A day after a federal judge ruled that the six-week-long lockout must end, Murphy said he wasn't surprised by the ruling but remained hopeful that same judge, U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson, would grant a stay perhaps as soon as today, or, if Nelson refuses, then the 8th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals would do so, possibly by ...

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