The tension and stakes are rising in the NFL labor talks with only a day left before the twice-extended collective bargaining agreement expires.
NFL general counsel and lead negotiator Jeff Pash said Thursday the league is committed to getting a deal done, adding: "I don't know if both sides have an equal commitment. ... Obviously, we have the commitment."
When those comments were relayed to NFL Players Association spokesman George Atallah, he responded with an e-mail to The Associated Press that said: "Jeff Pash was part of an executive team that sold the networks a $4 billion ticket to a game they knew wouldn't be played. The only thing they've been committed to is a lockout."
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