NFL players vote to approve CBA, 17-game season and expanded playoffs on horizon | CBS Sports HQ

The National Football League will have 10 years of labor peace. The players voted to approve the proposed CBA Saturday night. The new CBA will take effect starting in 2021 and will run until 2030. A simple majority of the players need to vote “yes” for the proposed deal to go through. The final vote was 1,019 to 959, the NFLPA released in a statement. There are roughly 2,500 players in the players union, so an estimated 79.1% of the players voted on the CBA.

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