Earlier this week, the owners met in Chicago so they could hear an update on the labor negotiations and so they could discuss where they were going in the near future.
Now, it looks like the players will get their turn.
CBSSports.com’s Mike Freeman is reporting that the NFLPA will hold a conference today at noon to discuss with the players the latest on the negotiations.
As Freeman writes, “This is an important step, not so different from the owners being updated this week. If players react positively to agreement constructed so far, then it will be easier to further negotiate with owners.”
On Wednesday, Freeman talked to five players who said they liked what they heard so far about the new CBA.
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