The Associated Press reports that Indiana “Sens. Dan Coats and Richard Lugar, along with all nine House members from the state” sent a letter to Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith urging the league to avoid a work stoppage. It would have a “devastating impact” on the state, which will host next year’s Super Bowl.
It can’t be a good sign that the lawmakers are concerned about a game that’s being played 11 months from now, can it?
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