The National Football League is set to have labor peace through 2030 after NFL players voted to approve a new collective bargaining agreement ahead of the start of the 2020 league year. The NFL Players Association announced the results of the vote, with a majority of the players voting 1019-959 to approve the new CBA.
The owners of the 32 NFL teams previously voted to approve the deal in February and the last part of the process was a 10-day voting period for players. The new agreement will be in place for over a decade, introducing a 17-game schedule as well as more playoff teams. The new CBA will also see increased revenue for the players moving forward.
NFL players approve CBA through 2030: https://t.co/0UVNUPzpdV