Hunt Will Visit K.C. On Friday

That’s Carolina owner Jerry Richardson (left), NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt (right) in Atlanta on Thursday.


Chiefs Chairman Clark Hunt is scheduled to be at the team’s offices on Friday to speak with his employees about the labor situation.

Hunt has been deeply involved in the negotiations between the league and players as a member of the NFL’s labor committee. He was involved in probably 80 percent of the internal sessions and meetings with the players.

Right now, he’s scheduled to meet first with the Chiefs coaching staff, and then with the rest of the employees in the building.

It will be interesting to see if he apologizes for being one of the few teams in the NFL that forced salary cuts on employees during the owners’ lockout. Maybe more interesting will be whether he outlines if and when those employees will get their money returned to them. Most of the seven teams that cut salaries said they would return the money if there were no games missed during the lockout.

The Chiefs have not talked publicly about their post-lockout plans.

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