without a salary cap. But sadly, no salary cap also means no gun control rules, resulting in games being played with loaded firearms. Most players are not looking forward to that scenario.
"It's dangerous enough out there. Maybe Carson Palmer was right. I know we make a lot of money, but I don't think I could line-up across from a guy if I knew he was packing heat."
Obviously, the league agrees.
"This isn't good," said a league spokesman. "We put that clause in the last collective bargaining agreement, hoping it would scare us into signing a new one. Apparently, that might not work out. Loaded firearms on the field would not be good for the image of the league. We have enough issues the way it is."