Patriots Owner Kraft on the Lockout: “I Believe We Can Do a Deal Very Quickly”

Patriots owner Robert Kraft expressed concern Sunday that the NFL’s ongoing labor dispute is reaching a breaking point with fans according to Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.

“One of my concerns is that we not aggravate our fan base, and we have to be very careful. I think we’re coming to that point now where we start to hurt ourselves collectively in the eyes of our fans,” Kraft said. “In the end, the fans just want football. They don’t want to hear about all this meaningless squabbling.”

“The problem can be solved, I really believe that,” he said. “If we sit down as principals, I believe we can do a deal very quickly.

“We’re blessed to have one of the greatest sports businesses in the world, right here in America. We have a great product and we have to get back to business and find a way to get football going.”

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