We told the McCourt group we were not interested in proceeding unless we're unable to close deals with the Coliseum and Anaheim. There are no further discussions planned. There are no next steps. We're not negotiating with them.

The policy is that if the average temperature is below 50 degrees, then the city needs a dome. That being said, any league city is welcome to make a presentation.

We think it's reasonable and in the best interest of the players. Without it, you would have more kids leaving school early, dropping out of the educational system to pursue a career in NFL unsuccessfully. They're going to have some agent telling them they are better than they are.

We have used Super Bowls strategically to help get new stadiums built.

The arbitrator's decision is consistent with our collective bargaining agreement, and it simply enforced the terms of the player's contract.

Our thoughts are with the Herrion family and the 49ers. We have been in contact with the 49ers throughout the day to offer our assistance and to learn the details of what happened.

We don't spend any time looking at their figures. We think it's irrelevant and it's purely a publicity gimmick. There are more women and minorities working in the NFL than ever, and diversity in our workplace is an important league priority.

The issues have been addressed, and the matter is closed.

The arbitrator's decision is consistent with our collective-bargaining agreement and simply enforces the terms of a player contract. So it's difficult to see how it is a violation of antitrust law.