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NFLPA not interested in renegotiation that includes expanded stadium credits

The NFL reportedly wants to begin the process of renegotiating a labor deal that runs through 2020. The NFL Players Association isn’t interested in any talks that would require the players to make concessions regarding the terms secured five years ago. “Our current deal with the owners has seen the fastest and largest cap growth, cash spending and…
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