Owners finally come to resolution on revenue sharing
Amid a lot of fast-paced discussions and much confusion, the NFL owners eventually agreed on a deal with the NFLPA.
GRAPEVINE, Texas -- Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson spent two days with his head spinning and he wasn't alone.
After being overwhelmed by hearing endless percentages and terminology spewed at a fast pace, Wilson sided with Mike Brown of the Bengals and voted no on the NFL Players Association's proposal to extend the collective bargaining agreement.
"It's a very complex proposal and I really didn't understand it," Wilson said. "I didn't think I was a dropout but maybe I am. I didn't ...
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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
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