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The CBA and the Patriots: What We Don’t Know Could Hurt Us

Article By on 3rd July, 2009

... is the end of the NFL's collective bargaining agreement after the 2010 season.

For those who don't know, the team owners voted in 2008 to opt out of the current agreement, arguing that the current system allocates too much revenue to the players. The players, obviously, disagree, and there has been very little reported progress since that announcement.

When the topic is mentioned, it's normally in the context of the potential uncapped year causing havoc with the league's finances.

Those who are more cynical point to a confluence of circumstances (such as the death of mostly-cooperative NFL Player's Association head Gene Upshaw, pictured above with league commish Roger Goodell) that could lead to a work stoppage.


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