Sep 4, 2012 at 7:24 am
NEW YORK (AP) - On the day before the NFL season kicks off, there are no talks are scheduled between the league and the locked-out on-field officials.
Both sides met for three days last week, but did not reach an agreement to end the three-month-old lockout. Replacement officials who worked the preseason games will be officiate the first week of the season, beginning Wednesday night with the Cowboys at the Giants.
Stalled talks had the officials out for the entire pre-season.