According to Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita, he, and several other Cleveland Browns players will report for work in Berea Tuesday morning at 10AM on the heels of a federal judge granting the NFL Players' request for an injunction against the NFL's lockout. According to Will Burge of ESPNCleveland.com, Fujita - who also serves on the NFLPA's Executive Committee - is recommending that his Browns teammates report to the team facility on Tuesday, and in the future, unless and until Judge Susan Nelson grants the NFL a stay in her injunction decision.
The NFL has appealed Nelson's decision, and it remains to be seen if a stay will be granted, allowing the Lockout to continue until the Appeal is heard by the 8th Circuit Appellate Court. If a stay is not granted, the NFL would be open for business, including trades and free agency. The NFL is waiting for a ruling on the stay request before beginning the new NFL calendar year.
As for the NFL, their PR voice Greg Aiello has said, "If a player comes to the facility, he will be treated courteously and with respect." In reality, the NFL has little choice.