There’s a new cold case on the horizon.
And, like most cold cases, it’s a tough one.
There have been six unsolved cold cases since 2013.
There are three of them.
And all of them have involved people who have died.
There’s an intriguing possibility that a third is still open.
We reached out to a handful of football fans who have been following the case closely and, as of Wednesday, one of them, NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith, had more to add.
We have no idea why, if this is the case, this is going to take so long to resolve.
And we’ve never been able to determine why, but it certainly doesn’t help us.
The cold case is closed.
It has been closed, in the sense that we know there are no additional people involved in this case.
But that doesn’t mean we have any hope of solving it.
We also reached out multiple NFL sources who have knowledge of the case to offer their thoughts.
The most common response we got was: “There are a lot of people involved.”
Smith was asked if the NFLPA is concerned that the players who were arrested might be in some way involved in the case.
He said, “I’m not concerned about that.
I’m not going to put any kind of pressure on the players to cooperate.
And there’s no pressure on them to cooperate with us, because they’re doing what they’re supposed to do.
That’s what we need to do, and we will.”
The NFLPA and the players’ union have been working together since the investigation began.
There were several meetings over the past year between the two sides, including the players and the union.
Smith said the players had agreed to work with the NFL to find the answers to the cases, and to help them solve the cold cases.
But if the players do find answers to some of the cold case mysteries, the questions that remain are why did the players not cooperate with the police?
The answer is that there’s always a risk that the investigators might get some sort of tip that might be helpful to them.
The players’ team and the NFL have been meeting with the Baltimore Police Department and the FBI, as well as local law enforcement officials in Baltimore, and the Baltimore Ravens.
The Ravens and Baltimore police have also been cooperating with the investigation.
We’re aware that the Ravens are trying to help us out.
And the players are trying, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
It’s all part of the process of getting this investigation out the door.
There will always be questions about who committed this crime, and what happened here.
Smith said that the NFL players’ and union officials are working to help the Ravens and Ravens police solve the case as quickly as possible.
The team is also working with other NFL players and has met with the Ravens to discuss the possibility of an appeal.
But the Ravens have also asked that the investigation be reopened.
The NFLPA says the Ravens’ request for an appeal is a request to the NFL and the team to reopen the case so that it can move forward.
We do know that the case has been reopened, and it’s up to the Ravens.
And it’s going to be up to them to decide if they’re going to appeal, and if they will, how long they will keep the investigation open.
Smith also said that there is no indication that there are any new developments.
We don’t know anything.
And that’s a frustrating thing, because we know that a lot has happened in this investigation.
We know that we have new information.
We’ve seen some new information, and so far we’ve seen a lot more than we’ve ever seen before.
And so, we want to move forward and try to solve these cases.
We do know there’s a lot to be learned about these cases and a lot that needs to be discovered.