As the four-month NFL lockout crept closer to the first scheduled preseason game on August 7, the ordeal had many wondering the fate of the upcoming NFL season.
Though it hasn't been finalized, it does look as if the lockout is at an end. According to a timeline from the Associated Press on Monday, a NFLPA voting process to pass the owner-approved CBA would last the week, with player reps from each team voting today followed by a staggered 10-team per day report schedule to camps beginning Wednesday with the last teams reporting on Sunday. Transactions would begin today, but not become official until the new season would officially start August 2.
With the normal offseason shortened from months to days, some may have different feelings about this year's NFL season. This week's Sheridanmedia.com/Bank of Sheridan Poll Question is: With the ongoing NFL lockout, do you think there will be an NFL season?
Let us know what you think, feel free to post appropriate comments. Then, be sure to tune-in to our Jackson Electric Open Line at 9 am this Friday on 930 KROE.