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Domonique Foxworth was robbed of his 2010 season due to an ACL injury but regardless of how hard he’s worked to return to form he may not play in 2011 either.
Foxworth is heavily involved in labor talks as a member of the NLPA to help solve the NFL labor dispute. During his most recent interview he expressed concerns that a lockout for the 2011 season looks almost certain.
“I’m going to do whatever I can do and that’s all I can control. This game is so important to so many people. That’s what makes this situation even more frustrating is there are a lot of good people being hurt.”I believe the majority of the people on their side are interested in having a season, but a minority of them are taking the league hostage and taking the fans hostage to get what they want. A lot of small market teams are willing to sacrifice the season. All the fans want is football. It’s unfortunate.”
All the fans want is football.
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