Derrick Mason Couldn't Care Less About Rule Changes

HOUSTON TX - DECEMBER 13: Wide receiver Derrick Mason #85 of the Baltimore Ravens scores in the first half against the Houston Texans as linebacker Kevin Bentley #57 and Troy Nolan #33 of the Houston Texans are late defending at Reliant Stadium on December 13 2010 in Houston Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason was interviewed on Baltimore sportstalk radio 105.7 the Fan recently and said he doesn't want to hear anything about the new rule changes until the labor issues are worked out between the players and the owners. Mason had a lot to say about the current state of the labor negotiations, or lack thereof.

In the interview, Derrick comments on the letter that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent to the players and released to the public, which Mason said Goodell "embellished," as well as the players' response to that letter. In his opinion, the players couldn't care less about any rule changes at this point, as all they are concerned with is playing football and he reiterated that it is the owners who are stopping football, not the players.

See the transcript of the interview and the link to listen to it as well by clicking here.

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