NFLPA fails to vote on new CBA today

After prepping the public for a resolution to the CBA all week, it now appears that things might not be so imminent. According to Pro Football Talk and Don Banks of SI, things may have hit a snag on the players’ end. Apparently, there is some dissent, which is interesting since this deal is being recommended by DeMaurice Smith.

Just to be honest, I’m at my wit’s end with all of this mess, as I’m sure everyone else is too. If they don’t approve this thing by Friday, I’m probably going to snap and post a bunch of expletives on here. I really don’t know how much more I can write about the labor strife.

One of the things that needed to happen for the deal to be approved on Thursday was for the players to vote on it today. That didn’t happen. I’m not sure why the players would hire a guy to negotiate a deal and then balk when he does his job. Whatever the case, let’s pray that this gets done tomorrow. Each day pushes the season back further and further. The sooner we can talk roster moves, the better.

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Topics: Demaurice Smith, Don Banks, Jason La Confora, NFLPA, NFLPA CBA Vote, Pro Football Talk

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