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I don't want to think about follow without that awful lot resting easy football fans players are headed back gridiron.
In the Kansas wanna -- a part of -- -- also.
Now get the -- the four and a half month long lockout ended Monday players came away with better salaries and benefits and safer working conditions.
The owners gain a higher percentage of the more than nine billion dollars in annual league revenues -- and I think.
Both sides got what they wanted them.
This place but I know would work itself out some fans didn't have much sympathy.
Let's face of that it's not slave labor -- multi million dollars a year football season means big bucks even first sports bar waitress every Sunday have and we put all of our experience.
It's a big deal and to a city depending on the revenue brought by the Super Bowl in a tough economy.
We were very wary fifth and are likely head can't -- -- then we would probably want.
It went it went -- Indianapolis will play host in 2012.
The extravaganzas expected to bring in 150 million dollars the benefit.
Of hosting the Super Bowl economically and from exposure standpoint marketing -- -- we have like that sooner yes.
Is as bad as it could be absolutely not -- -- a lot worse.
With a -- -- the championship Green Bay Packers hit the jump.
They're preparing for training camp and a celebratory trip to the nation's capital their trip to DC should have happened in the spring but the lockout sidelined it.
President Obama is expected to meet with the -- gold next month at the White House.
In New York Ainsley Earhardt Fox News.
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