JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Now that the 2010 NFL season is complete, there is uncertainty about whether or not the 2011 season will begin on schedule or if there will even be a season at all.
While there will be a scouting combine and NFL Draft, teams will not be able to sign free agents if a new collective bargaining agreement is not in place by March 3rd.
The owners would like to expand the regular season to 18 games while eliminating 2 preseason games. The players are not in favor of this change.
Fans will get their money refunded for any games that do not take place as planned.
To hear some comments from the Jaguars owner about the possibility of a lockout, click on the video clip within this story.
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