When Will the NFL Meet with A New Field?

By Tom Pelissero, Bleacherreport.com | October 30, 2018 5:16pm EDTThe NFL and the owners have had a rough time of it lately.

The league has spent millions of dollars building a new stadium in Inglewood, California and is embroiled in another labor dispute, and is still waiting for the owners to approve a new collective bargaining agreement that would allow it to extend its lease for another 20 years.

The players and their union are not happy about the current situation and have demanded the NFL be given a chance to find a new home, which is not happening.

And while the owners are not interested in giving the league a new field, they are willing to talk to a new one.

They are even willing to put the Chargers’ Chargers Stadium at the site of the new stadium.

They want to use it for a college football game, but are also willing to host a soccer game, if that’s what the players want.

The league is currently in the middle of a labor dispute that will take years to resolve.

They have had some success in getting a new venue built, but there is still a long way to go.

A lot has to happen to make that happen, and it looks like the owners want to start right now.

According to a report in The Associated Press, the owners will meet with the NFL owners at their meeting in Dallas on Tuesday.

The owners are expected to be very excited about the meeting, as it could be the first time the league has ever met with the owners and been able to come up with a solution to the ongoing labor dispute.

The report says the owners may want to discuss a new location for their stadium and what the NFL is willing to pay for the stadium.

But it also says that they want to wait until after the owners’ meeting to discuss anything else.

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