Jerry Jones talks about getting a deal done before the deadline of next Thursday. The ever optimistic Jones has a better feeling about this than does NFLPA chief Gene Upshaw, who sounds like it's over and that 2007 will be an uncapped year. The difference in money for the teams in 2006 is about $10 million dollars less if no deal is reached.
Jerry also says it's not true that the rich teams are holding up the deal, of course I haven't heard that from a small-revenue team yet. You can read another take here.