NFLPA re-elects DeMaurice Smith
MARCO ISLAND, Fla. -- DeMaurice Smith has been re-elected NFL Players Association chief executive without opposition.
Smith gets a second three-year term. He guided the players through last year's lockout to a new collective bargaining agreement with the league.
The union will elect a new president on Sunday; Kevin Mawae's term has expired.
Also open are three spots on the union's executive board being vacated by Tony Richardson, Mike Vrabel and Sean Morey.
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