Lester Munson updates NFL labor strife

May 2, 2011

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaking at the podium during the 2011 NFL Draft.

Imagine if picking teams for a game of kickball took three days — you’d never make it in for dinner. But that’s how long it took the National Football League’s 32 teams to pick their newest crop of players. The NFL Draft is quite the event. But what if football season, as we know it, is a non-event? An off-season of labor disputes has threatened pigskin play.

Eight Forty-Eight turned to ESPN’s go-to legal expert Lester Munson for an update.