Questions and answers about the NFL labor talks
The ongoing labor negotiations between the NFL and the players' association has left many fans with questions. Fortunately, ESPN.com has answers.
What is the primary issue? The league and the players' association have been negotiating an extension to the current collective bargaining agreement (CBA), which expires after the 2007 season. But if an extension is not agreed upon by the start of this year's free agency period, new rules go into effect governing player contracts.
The owners ...
Read full story
Labor peace between the owners and union finally has been reached. After a two-day meeting in Dallas, the owners have accepted the NFLPA's offer for a six-year CBA extension. Story
• Clayton: Owners overcome dizzying pace, agree on deal
• Owners agree | Tagliabue pleased
• Cap casualties: See which players have been cut due to salary cap issues
• FAQ: What are the issues involved? And what does it mean for you, the fan?
• Clayton: Right to deadline
• Complete CBA multimedia coverage