NFLPA Recommends New Changes to CBA After Meeting

Published by Cory Hays on

The NFL and NFLPA have meetings ongoing regarding the 2020 NFL Season and it looks like the changes are going to be approved. The NFLPA voted unanimously to recommend the changes proposed to the CBA. According to Ian Rapoport, this includes training camp starting on time, 80 man rosters by August 16th, and the big one no play no pay. If players don’t play, then they won’t get paid. If the season is stopped for any reason, then all salaries and incentives will go away with it. This means that the NFL and NFLPA are about to come to an agreement with everything set in stone for the season to begin and happen safely.

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