Monday, December 22, 2014

NFL owners agree to new CBA

Here are some highlights of the NFL’s proposed collective bargaining agreement, which was agreed upon by the owners on Thursday. The players are scheduled to vote later Thursday night.

NFL owners agree to new CBA

Here are some highlights of the NFL’s proposed collective bargaining agreement, which was agreed upon by the owners on Thursday. The players are scheduled to vote later Thursday night.

Length of CBA: 10 years

Owners’ vote: 31-0 in favor of the agreement. The Raiders abstained

Training facilities: To open Saturday

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Beginning of NFL year: Wednesday. Free agency would begin then.

Likely start of training camp: Aug. 1

Salary cap: $120 million

Revenue split: 48 percent for players in first year

Free agency: Veterans can become free agents after four season

OTAs: Reduced from 14 to nine

Hall of Fame Game, Aug. 7, between Rams and Bears: Cancelled

Lockout began: March 11

To see our earlier post with Jeff Lurie on the tentative CBA, click here.

To see our post with the upcoming key dates for the NFL, click here.

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