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NFL Strike Settlement #520797

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 17, 1982
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(Studio) NFL (National Football League) season reported beginning Sunday as tentative settlement said reached in strike.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(NYC) Tentative contract terms outlined on screen, discussed. [Players Mark MURPHY, Gregg BINGHAM, Charger owner Eugene KLEIN - comment on strike's outcome.] Agreed-upon season outlined.
REPORTER: Eric Burns

(NYC) Fin. impact of strike on owners, local business, players, concessions, cities and others listed on screen. [Player Gary JETER - comments on this season's salary.] [Oilers' owner Bud ADAMS - acknowledges owners' losses.] Networks noted profiting from new season.
REPORTER: Mike Jensen

(Studio) Reaction of players' agents to new contract noted.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Green Bay, WI) Preparations of various teams for upcoming games examined. [Coach Don SHULA - praises Dolphins.] [Player Richard SANFORD - is concerned about injuries.] [FANS - anticipate Green Bay Packers game.]
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil

(Studio) Beginning of strike recalled; union representative Ed Garvey said still believing union's initial demand was reasonable.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Brokaw, Tom;
Burns, Eric;
Jensen, Mike;
Mudd, Roger;
O'Neil, Roger

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