We've seen some different reactions to Judge Susan Nelson's ruling on Monday evening that the NFL lockout has been lifted. Leadership from the NFL and NFLPA have said that they need a little bit of time to clarify what all of this means. We are expecting an announcement from Judge Nelson on Wednesday regarding the league's request to keep the lockout in place.
But until then it's been a bit of chaos around the league. Some players have gone to their team's facility and been let in, only to leave after a few minutes. Other teams have met the players at the door and told them they there aren't any workouts at the team facility until there is more clarity.
The New York Giants are one team that has allowed players in. Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger reports Giants LB Chris Canty was allowed into the complex, got a workout in and even spoke with coaches.
Many teams are allowing players into the building but aren't allowing them to work out so the Giants approach is a bit different. Plus, the league has reportedly told its teams that coaches can not talk to players.
It further confirms that no one really knows what's going on.