Classic Monday night entertainment - Monday night football - may be in jeopardy next year (Sunday night football too). In a news conference earlier today, NFL union president DeMaurice Smith, said that he thinks a work stoppage in 2011 is a definite possibility, given the lack of progress in collective bargaining negotiations this year. Controversy continues over the possibility of 2010 without a salary cap, the union still feels management has not disclosed enough profit information, and the union feels like its back is up against the wall. No one seems to want a stoppage, but all may get one anyway. Asked how bad a work stoppage would be for football, Smith replied that on a scale of 1 to 10, a stoppage would merit at least a fourteen. Smith also discussed the tension between older and newer players over pension funds, saying that the union has recognized the system is not working, and has plans to 'fix it.'