NFL Lockout: NFLPA Ready For Settlement In Brady Vs. NFL

With the NFL lockout winding down to a whimpering conclusion, the court case, Brady, et al. vs. NFL, that started the legal battle between the owners and the players does need to come to a conclusion to end things. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the NFLPA has already begun to contact the 10 plaintiffs in the case about coming to a settlement with the league.

Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Peyton Manning were among the highest-profile players who filed lawsuits against the NFL following the imposition of the lockout. Von Miller, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, was the only rookie brought into the legal battle.

Earlier in the week, Brady, Brees and Manning came out with a statement, telling the public that there was a fair table on the deal and that the owners should take it.

For more on the NFL lockout, keep following this StoryStream.

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