Approved A New Collective Bargaining Agreement

The introduction of a new collective agreement will likely have an impact on this year`s free agency period. According to reports in the agreement, NFL franchises can only use franchise day or transition day instead of both. Reducing these tags isn`t expected to impact the Broncos, but it could bring more players from other teams into the open market. Extending the season was not an issue for players in 2011, when the current 10-year contract was signed after a four-and-a-half-month stand-off. But the gains they get in the new deal by sharing a larger slice of the growing pie, according to outgoing NFLPA President Eric Winston, this time put an end to the vote. Many established veterans, including 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman, Texan J.J.`s defensive line. Watt and Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson argued against a 17-game season. Under the approved employment contract, owners will be able to implement a 17-game season starting in the 2021 season. The 2020 season remains at 16 games. More than 50 percent of NFLPA members voted in favor of the 10-year deal previously approved by NFL owners. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement: “We are delighted that players voted to ratify the proposed new CBA, which will bring significant benefits to all current and retired players, increase employment, ensure steady progress in player safety and provide our fans with more and better football. We appreciate the tireless efforts of nflpa Management Board Executive Committee members and management, both of whom have spent nearly a year of detailed negotiations in good faith to reach this comprehensive and transformative agreement. “NFL players voted to ratify a new collective agreement by a 1,019-959 vote,” the NFLPA said in a statement.

“This result comes after a long and democratic process in accordance with our Constitution. An independent auditor obtained the submitted ballots via a secure electronic platform, verified, accounted for and certified the results. The 400-page deal, the culmination of 10 months of negotiations, was approved by 1,019-959 votes, the NFL Players Association said in a tweet. NFL owners agreed to the deal in February. NFL players have approved a new collective agreement that will keep America`s most popular sport on the field for the next decade, t.co/FhCT10gie6 Each NFL team will now play 17 games, as agreed in the new collective agreement. The last CBA, negotiated in 2011, stated in the agreement that the player`s share should average at least 47 percent over the next ten years. This time, players will receive 48 percent guaranteed from 2021. It can reach 48.5, which, according to NFL estimates, is expected to increase players by about $5 billion for players over the next 10 years. . . .