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Kraft appreciates what's head in 2010

Posted by Albert Breer  September 5, 2010 11:49 AM

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Today is the last Sunday without pro football for the next five months. And for that, Patriots owner Robert Kraft feels lucky, because there's no telling what's ahead.

That much was clear when, at the Patriots Kickoff Gala the other night, I asked him if there was anything different about this year.

"We're working very hard to get a labor agreement and I probably appreciate this more knowing that since I've been in the league we've had labor peace," Kraft said. "We're gonna do everything we can to continue that. This is the greatest sport in America."

Later in the week, Kraft discussed his feelings on the labor situation in more depth, and that shaped the lead to my Sunday NFL Notes. If you're not bored by the business side of, click through and check out Kraft's feelings on how this could have an impact on the relationship between the league and its fans.
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