PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Steelers players say they plan on reporting to work Tuesday morning now that the NFL lockout has been lifted.
Safety Ryan Clark told the Post-Gazette he’s been calling and texting teammates, urging them to show up.
Clark says they want to show the organization they want to be playing football and are eager to get a deal worked out and save the upcoming season.
On Monday, a federal judge sided with the players union and granted their request for an injunction to lift the lockout.
The owners are expected to appeal that ruling.