Jason Snelling Wants NFL Players, Owners to Get Back to Negotiations


Falcons running back Jason Snelling is tired of the lockout's litigation process and simply wants the players and owners to get back to negotiations.

"I don't have faith in the court systems to get it done, and I don't have faith in both parties just sitting idle while it's going through the court systems," Snelling told PFT Live this week. "In the meantime, why aren't we meeting every day? Why isn't there a constant negotiation between both parties to work something out?  Because a lot of people are losing out."

Snelling understands the process, which is currently running its course in the court system, but he doesn't know why the players and owners can't work to negotiate a settlement in the meantime.

Quite frankly, he makes a lot of sense.

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