UA-59049186-1 NFL Roundup: January 29, 2020 - Good if it Goes

NFL Roundup: January 29, 2020

Labor update. DeMaurice Smith will be meeting with team player representatives this week in Miami. Smith has cautioned players that if they want to take a firm stance on any particular issue, a strike lasting up to two years may be required for the players to be successful. If I had to put a percentage on the chance of a two-year labor stoppage in the NFL, it would be equivalent to the chance of Andy Bernard letting Dwight Schrute into Cornell. [ESPN]

Scarnecchia retires. Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia has announced his retirement. Scarnecchia spent 36 years in the NFL, 34 of them in New England, and was one of the top O-line coaches in the league. [NFL.com]

O’Brien named Texans GM. After spending 2019 as the Texans’ de facto GM, Bill O’Brien officially got the title. [NFL.com]

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