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How the New CBA Affects the NFL

Analysis on how the deal influences the schedule, salaries, and more

NFL: JAN 31 Super Bowl LIII - NFLPA Press Conference Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

After 10 months of negotiations, the NFL Players Association has approved a new collective bargaining agreement, which will administer its relationship with the league for the next 11 years. We clarify what the deal entails, including a rise in player minimum salaries, an extra regular-season game, a padded practice limit, and much more (0:35). Then we discuss the Ravens’ trade for Calais Campbell, and Ryan Tannehill’s extension with the Titans (13:50).

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