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NFL CBA Negotiations: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation on Labor Talks

The National Football League Players Association has reportedly received multiple overtures from NFL owners in recent months about discussing terms of a new collective bargaining agreement well before the current one is set to expire in 2020. ESPN's Dan Graziano reported Saturday the owners are looking for a new infusion of stadium credits as the league considers new facilities in Las Vegas for the Oakland Raiders.
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