What will it mean to the whole of organized major and minor league sports, not to mention college regulations if the NFLPA's stratigy of decertification and fileing antitrust suits against organized sports? You must figure this will be a landmark decision by the courts that will set a precedent for the future of all organized professional sports. Why wounld any players union negociate when they can call all bets off by decertifying and fileing anti trust cases to break up and disunify the owners ability to negociate. After all the lead Atty. for the NFLPA will be representing the NBA players next. No draft,no free agency regulations,no salary cap or floor, no agent regulations pro or college related, where will the changes take all pro sports. It may very well be that Kessler has duped the NFLPA into makeing themselves the test case at their expence for his future cases reshapeing all of pro team sports. I also think the pro agents who's percent is currently capped may have duped the players into pushing this case for their own gain. Agents fees become uncapped, agent free to aproach any college or high school athletes for that matter. Agent may even have the ability to shape and influence teams buy their negociations of multiple players. Grouping player contracts into blocks and same end years. Teams futures may be a stake by the shifting of succesfull players to successful teams. This could be the start of the new wild west of sports with no player-owner regulations. I realy don't see it as a healthy senario for the future of any organized sports on any level.