NFLPA wants look at NFL's fiscal books
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Negotiations toward an extension of the collective bargaining agreement between the league and its players will begin on June 1, NFL executive vice president of labor/legal counsel Jeff Pash said here Tuesday.
How long the critical negotiations last, however, might depend on the NFL's desire to share its ledger books with the players, something it has so far has been reluctant to do.
DeMaurice Smith, the new executive director of the NFLPA, reiterated Tuesday ...
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