CFL, union break huddle ... for now

CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon speaks during the annual state of the league media conference in...

CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon speaks during the annual state of the league media conference in Regina, Saskatchewan, November 22, 2013. (REUTERS/Mark Blinch)

SCOTT MITCHELL, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:03 AM ET

With two full days of negotiating in the books, the CFLPA and the league will head back to their respective bunkers to regroup.

According to a source, they’ll have quit a bit of time to do just that, as the next CBA meetings are expected to take place in Toronto in early May.

The two sides met all day Thursday and Friday at the Calgary Delta Airport Hotel in an attempt to hash out a new deal.

While the clock isn’t ticking with any sort of urgency just yet, it could be in May, with the current CBA set to expire May 31.

Revenue sharing — the CFLPA’s insistence on it, and the league’s no-chance stance — continues to be the major obstacle between the two sides.

 

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