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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 4B I Sunday, July 24, 2011 | herald-zeitung.COM iNrijm uytjillg bon vuit;» iviuriuciy NFL league year, free agency could start July 30th NEW YORK (AP) Though a vote to end the four-month kxkout isn't .1 (ertainfy, the players assot i-ation's executive commit-te(' will meet in Washington on Monday. A person with knowledge of the N F I P A ' s plans told The Ass(k iat-ed f’ress on S.Uurday that J a vote (ould haf)pen, “it Srnith    jy^i fleponds on what guys t('('i about what hap(>ened this w{’(‘k(‘tid ... but (they) are not ( ommitting that the c\e( utive committee is ^oing to vote on anything." ihe person spoke on ( ondition ot anonymity !)('( ause the ass(K lation has not reveal(‘fl its plans. ( )vvn('rs a[)j)rovcd a tentative .igri'cment to end the fourmonth lo( kout on lhurs(la\. Hut liic [)layers s.ikI tli<‘\ iK'ed more intorKARTContinued from poge IB I )i( kinson said he v\as .iti anxious l)all of nerves when h(‘ his first ra( e in ihc Ia( I junior k( K)kie (lass. I {oiildn't wait to g(‘t in !ti<' kart ' lie said 'Hut \ou !ic\(>r knov\ how vou are •’oing fo do or it \ou .»re '4( iit'ig to trfKve uj) until vou '.’.ft out fiit'r(‘. I wasn't itie iast(‘st, l)uf I hi'id m\ own." \lter turning so main mat ion before they t in vote. On Saturday, NFL C om-missioner Roger Goode 11 and players association head DeMaurice Smith spoke on the phone, and lawyers from both sides worked to c larify language. That work is not tomplc't ed, the person sairl. He said Monday's me('t ing will be "to understand wh(*re things stand aft(>r tins weekend's conversations. No talk of not voting, no talk of vot(‘." ( lubs were sc h<’duled to ofH'n their facilities to play ers Saturday ac cording fo the schedule sc't by the» owners when they votc’d n o to ap[)rove a deal That was c ontingent on the* NFl PA's ('xcTUtive c ommit t(H‘ ratify'ing the agreement. Obviously, nc'ither ot those oc c urred Saturday, and the league won't Ix'gin conducting business for a tew more* days. The \2 team re[)s must [)r,u tic(> la[>s ,it the trac k, Dickinson said he start('d seeing ,\ iTiajor improve mc'nt, as hc' got more c om fortabic' bc'hind thc> whec'l That led to his tirst win on )uly when he* fin.ilK took the ( h(H k(‘rc'd flag .iliead ot his friend and Kalc'b H.iscloft, who rnc't wfiilc' ra( ing at the* tr.u k this vt>ar i lc''s getting ríMÍlv go( xl ()uf fhc‘r(‘" I tas(‘l( )tf said Dickinson showed thal I11S first win w,)s no tiuke, recommend to the full corps of about 1/HK) pLiy-ers fo accefit the Si^lemc'nt. Tile 10 named plaintiffs in the players' lawsuit against the league — including Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Drew Hrees must officially inform the court in Minneapolis of their approval. A majority vote of the players ratifying the agree mc’nt, then another returning the NFl PA to union status, must follow. When talks l^roke down in March and the old col lective bargaining agreement ex )ircHl, the players dissolvcHi th(' union, turning the NFl PA into a trade assoc iation. That's wh.»t allowc’d the players to sue thc' owners in court undc'r antitrust law. ()nly after the NFl PA is again a union c .in it nego tiate c ertain [)arts ot a new ( HA The ma)or ec (momic tr.imew'ork for a !0-year ch'.i! was worked out .1 week ago. That included how the more than $9 billion in annual league revenues will be divided (about S i percent to owners and 47 fx'rcent to players over the next decade; the old CHA resulted in nearly a SO-SO split); a per-club cap of about $120 million for saiary and bonuses in 2011 — and at least that in 2012 and 2013 — plus about $22 million in benefits; a salary' system to rein in SfK*nding on first-round draft picks; and unre stricted free* agency for most players after four seasons. (îcM)dell and thc‘ owners expressed hope thc’ir vote would IcMcl to a sfXHKK' rc*s olution to the NFI.'s first work stopf)age since 1%7. Hut the ()layers said they nc'c'ded more’ time to exam ine the doc uments. f urther delays could be* costly. Already, one prc'scM-son game has bc*en lost; Th(' Ic'ague c ailed off the' Mall of Fame (jamc\ LAURA McKENZIE | Herald-Zeitung Carl Edwards does a backflip to celebrate winning the NASCAR Nationwide Series Federated Auto Parts 300 on Saturday Edwards races to Nationwide victory as fhc' nine'AC'ar-old r(M)kie won theTi( 1 junior K(K)kie ( lass ahc'ad of Haseloff tor the' sc'cond straight race. With his drc*ams ot being a real rcUecar driver still years away from bc'ing a reality, Dickinson didn't have' to look very !.ir to sc'c* that It is possible', as New Hrauntc'ls' j.irc'd Heyer, who ra< f's on ihc* ( c ir ( (Ilf, w'as assisting a driver in fÎH‘ n('\t pit st.ill. Anything is possible'.' Hevcr s.iid "All tlic'sc' kids have' to do is believe in the‘mse*lves and ()ut the' time in. It takes a lot e>f laps to master this track, and this IS just thc‘ first ()hase of becoming a protessional driver. Hut it is an imfK>rtant phase'. "This is whc're you learn it you love' the' sport." With his practice* laps and wins increasing each vvcM'k, Dickinse)n has shown that he has thc' mox le' to go the' elistanc c‘. Now, e)nly time' will te*ll QUDEVILLE,T«nn.(AP) ( art Fdwards dominatcxl the NASC AR Nationwide' Series race Saturday night at Nashville SufX’rspec’d-way The Sprint C'up star was so over[)ovve*ring that not even a pc'nalty, an upset stomach or fellow S()rint ( uf) driver Hrad Keselows-ki ccHild ste>p him. He did his customary back flip off the c ar and then c‘ven went into the stands .iftc’rward to cele*-brate with the fans. "It's just to give a couple peo pie high-fives and to see* the' looks on their faces," said Fdwards, who le?d a rae e*-high I 25 laps and has a total of six wins at the' trac k, five in Nation wide’ and one* in the* true k series, "I wish more- drivc'rs would de) It." Fdwards' te*amrnate at Roush Fenway Racing, Ricky Stenhouse jr., finished second and Mike Dillon was third. Fdwards, who leads the Sprint Cup points race over jimmie lohnson, was leading when the first caution c ame out on laf) 82 for debris. The next laf) he entc'renl the f)its and was [)enali/ed for speeding and NAS( AR offic iais orderc'd him to the rt'ar of the' longc^st line of cars for the restart. I dwards worked his way back through the* field and f)assed Dillon on lap 120 for the le'ad. On the pass the' air from Edwards' c ar caust'd Dillon to wiggle wildly in turn four. Dillon, the' winner of the' true k st*rie*s rac e at this track Friday night and grandson of bngtime car e)wne*r Rich.ird Childress, fell te) third Host an Exchange Student Today ! (lor V > or 10 iiionlhs) Make A litt'loiig irUnd from abroad. 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