Just got a return e-mail from Raiders tight end and player rep Zach Miller with regard to judge Susan Nelson’s ruling for an injunction to lift the NFL lockout.
“I have told my guys that they are free to go back to work.,” Miller said. “Any player that chooses to should be allowed to go into the facility tomorrow.”
That would also include treatment for injuries.
The NFL has appealed the ruling and it remains to be seen if any or how many players will force the issue or if the club will allow them in the building if they show up to work.
Raiders linebacker Quentin Groves openly wondered on his Twitter account if anyone would be in Alameda and speculated that quarterback Jason Campbell was a possibility.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL management council has advised teams to let players in the facility if they show up for work.