49ers, Seahawks benefit from CBA
Cap-friendly QB salaries have allowed NFC West stalwarts to stockpile talent
San Francisco general manager Trent Baalke and Seattle general manager John Schneider weren't the only ones to help build the 49ers and Seahawks. The collective bargaining agreement also did.
While the Ravens, Packers, Cowboys and Lions are paying premium prices for their franchise quarterbacks, the 49ers and Seahawks -- thanks to the CBA -- are not.
This season, in what will be the final year of the contract before it is restructured and extended, the 49ers will pay ...
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