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    New CBA Would Give 1st-Rounders a path to 5th-year Franchise Tag


    Per multiple sources, the proposed CBA would give first-round picks an escape hatch from the fifth-year option as currently calculated. If a first-round pick makes it to the Pro Bowl twice in his first three seasons, the amount of the fifth-year option would spike to the franchise tag for his position.

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    Re: New CBA Would Give 1st-Rounders a path to 5th-year Franchise Tag

    Union says players will get $100 million more in 2020 if they accept deal now


    For NFL players voting on whether or not to accept the owners’ proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement, the question is whether to take more money now, or to hold out for a potentially better deal down the road.

    The union sent a fact sheet on the new CBA proposal to all the players, and the top item on the sheet is that the deal includes about $100 million in new player costs above the current CBA.


    https-::profootballtalk.nbcsports.com:2020:02:21:union-says-players-will-get-100-million-more-in-2020-if-they-accept-deal-now:

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    Re: New CBA Would Give 1st-Rounders a path to 5th-year Franchise Tag

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodman View Post
    Union says players will get $100 million more in 2020 if they accept deal now


    For NFL players voting on whether or not to accept the owners’ proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement, the question is whether to take more money now, or to hold out for a potentially better deal down the road.

    The union sent a fact sheet on the new CBA proposal to all the players, and the top item on the sheet is that the deal includes about $100 million in new player costs above the current CBA.


    https-::profootballtalk.nbcsports.com:2020:02:21:union-says-players-will-get-100-million-more-in-2020-if-they-accept-deal-now:
    If this is the case, then this is a done deal.

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    Re: New CBA Would Give 1st-Rounders a path to 5th-year Franchise Tag

    Proposed CBA would allow for third player to return from IR

    Among the details included in the proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement that NFL owners approved on Thursday is a change to the rules governing players returning from injured reserve during the regular season. Under the current rules, teams are allowed to designate two players for return each year. According to multiple reports, the proposal would up that number to three players.

    https-::profootballtalk.nbcsports.com:2020:02:21:proposed-cba-would-allow-for-third-player-to-return-from-ir:

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