We've fielded a lot of questions about the latest developments in the fight between owners and players.
Here's the best stuff I read last night and this morning:
This piece from David Cornwall pre-dates the ruling on the league’s TV lockout insurance but walks us thorough the implications of union decertification.
Breaking down the ruling against the lockout insurance TV deals.
It’s a leverage shift the players have been hoping for, says Andrew Brandt.
Brandt runs through the issues as the deadline nears.
What happens to the TV money is one of the next questions, says Don Banks.
It’s about mortgage payments, says Pete Prisco.
Owners would love to get away from Judge David Doty, says Clark Judge.
Patriots owner Bob Kraft had been condescending about the players even taking the lockout insurance issue to court, says Tom Curran.