Texans Owner Disappointed Negotiations Ceased

Texans owner Bob McNair told John McClain of the Houston Chronicle this past week that he was disappointed that owners and NFLPA negotiations ceased. McNair has remained a steady proponent of finding common grounds for a new collective bargaining agreement; however, the players association’s decertification was a dagger in McNair’s optimism.  Yet, McNair’s remaining optimistic.

“I think we’re going to get it resolved before too much damage is done.  We’re (owners) going to do everything we can to negotiate an agreement.”

Furthermore, McNair thinks they players were too quick to leave the negotiating table.

“I’m disappointed that the players’ representatives walked away from the negotiating sessions.  I thought it was a very fair proposal, very generous…I’m disappointed they didn’t study the proposal. If they had questions, they could have negotiated or discussed it and really gotten serious about the negotiations because it’s very favorable to the players. We more than met them halfway.”


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