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NLL, players agree to 7-year CBA

Updated: October 22, 2013, 4:52 PM ET
Associated Press

A new payroll tax highlights the National Lacrosse League's seven-year collective bargaining agreement with its players' union.

The NLL and the Professional Lacrosse Players' Association announced the deal Tuesday.

The nine-team indoor league has operated since 1986, with four of the teams in Canada. The 2014 season begins Dec. 28.

The league doesn't have a hard salary cap but the luxury tax will begin at 25 percent above a $400,000 threshold and escalate to 100 percent when ...

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