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Coaches Feeling 'Lost' With Lockout

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Offseason programs for most teams were set to begin next week but everything's on hold amid the labor strife.

NEW ORLEANS — On the day that head coach Mike Smith was to welcome the Atlanta Falcons for the start of the team's offseason program, he was dealing with a league moratorium on communications with the squad that finished with the best record in the NFC in 2010, and traveling here for the start of a league meeting that was surrounded by uncertainty. "We were supposed to start (Sunday)," said Smith... Recommended Stories

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