NFL players voted 1,019 to 959 to pass a new collective bargaining agreement, which will last through the 2030 season. What’s in it? And why were some notable players (Aaron Rodgers, J.J. Watt) so against it? Kevin Clark breaks down what’s in the agreement, and what it means for players, owners, and fans.
How the New NFL CBA Works
NFL players voted 1,019 to 959 to pass a new collective bargaining agreement. Find out what’s in it in this ‘Slow News Day’ explainer.
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