NFL, NFLPA Arrive For Labor Negotiations; NFL Lockout Hours Away

The NFL and NFLPA are meeting in Washington D.C. for what could be the final day of negotiations before their current labor agreement expires. The two sides have entered negotiations in Washington D.C. under the watchful eye of a federal mediator.

Neither side is saying anything so there isn't much to update on progress but here's who came in with everyone:

NFLPA: Players and former players Chester Pitts, Jeff Saturday, Brian Waters, Drew Brees, Domonique Foxworth, Jim McFarland, Cornelius Bennett, Charlie Batch, Tony Richardson and Sean Morey, as well as executive director DeMaurice Smith and union lawyers. 

NFL: Commissioner Roger Goodell, lead negotiator Jeff Pash, Giants owner John Mara and Redskins GM Bruce Allen, among other lawyers.

On Wednesday, there were apparently 47 people in the negotiating room because the NFL's side brought more owners with them. Most of the owners from Wednesday's meeting have gone home at this point, though.

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