Although some people seem to think the Titans are "wrong" by refusing to allow McNair access to their facilities, the arbitration hearing next week won't be decided by "right" vs "wrong". It will be decided by legalities and technicalities, in my lay opinion, based on McNair's contract, the NFL-NFLPA CBA, legal precedent, and labor law. The NFLPA will be represented by their lawyers and the Titans will be represented by their general counsel, Steve Underwood. I'm sure Underwood has called in some consultants who specialize/concentrate in labor law. We have some forum members in the legal profession and I'm interested in hearing some of their opinions on what the arbitrator might decide (based on what we know about the situation). If you don't mind, it would also be helpful if you would state your position (attorney, paralegal, etc.) and if you have experience in labor law/arbitration. After we get a legal opinion or two, I'd like to invite laymen to ask our experts their questions.