The NFL and the NFL Players Association have been locked in a stalemate over a proposed contract that would see players make up to $500,000 in incentives each season.
But that’s about all we know about the proposal and the owners have offered no further details.
If the NFLPA does strike a deal, it would be a major victory for fans, who have been frustrated by a long, costly lockout that has left the NFL unable to play its game.
We reached out to NFLPA spokesman Rich Cimini for comment, but haven’t yet received a response.
We will update this story if we do.
The NFLPA and the union are also in a bargaining standoff over the terms of a new collective bargaining agreement.
We asked Ciminis for a comment on the proposed contract and will update the story when we hear back.
In a statement, Cimkins said, “We are negotiating the terms to the new CBA with the goal of a resolution that is fair to all involved.
That’s why we are in this position.”
The two sides haven’t made any progress on any key issues.
The agreement would likely affect the NFL’s ability to field teams in the upcoming season, and it’s unclear whether the agreement would affect the way players receive money.
We’ve also asked CIMINS for comment on whether the NFL would be able to renegotiate the current deal without the union’s help.
We haven’t received a reply yet.
The new CTA would have made it easier for players to stay in the league, but it would also make it harder for players like A.J. Hawk, who is currently playing in Europe, to get into the NFL.
Hawks, who has played with the New York Jets, has said he hopes to make the move in 2018, but there are also questions about how he would be compensated under the new deal.
We spoke with Hawks earlier this week, and we asked him if he would consider returning to the NFL, and if so, how much.
He told us that the new contract “would be very similar” to what he’s signed in Europe.
We also asked if the deal would have prevented Hawk from returning to football.
Hawk said he hasn’t been told anything about the future of his career.
“The only thing I’m aware of is the new rule that they’re trying to make more of, which is that if you get hurt, they have to keep you out for six months,” Hawk said.
“It’s a tough situation.
You’re trying not to hurt yourself.
It’s a lot harder to do than it is to get back into the game.”
We asked Hawks if he was surprised that the NFL and union are trying to strike a new deal that would help players, but we also asked him about the fact that he hasn, in fact, made the move to Europe.
Hawks said he didn’t think he was going to return to the game if he didn.
“I was going out there to play.
I had to make a decision.
I was going through the process with the team, the doctors, and everything else that goes with it.
It was just a business decision.
So I was not going to come back, even though I wanted to.
Cimcinis also said that the agreement was still in its early stages and that the union had yet to reach a deal with the league on a new contract. “
That’s what I thought when I made that decision, and I still think that.”
Cimcinis also said that the agreement was still in its early stages and that the union had yet to reach a deal with the league on a new contract.
Cimins said the union has been “very active in reaching out to all of our stakeholders and all of the players who are part of the collective bargaining process.”
“We have made the proposal in a collaborative fashion, and the players have made a clear commitment to reaching out and making the best possible offer, including providing a number of incentives,” Cimis said.
But, CIMINIS said, the NFL has not reached a deal.
“We’re still in the process of finalizing that agreement,” he said.
CIMINOIS said the league has been very receptive to the proposal, but “we’re still trying to reach out to them.”
The NFL has also sent out letters to the leaguePA, which include a letter that says, “Your continued refusal to negotiate on a fair and reasonable basis for the benefit of players and owners is not in keeping with the spirit of the CBA and is in direct conflict with the interests of all players and the interests and values of the game as a whole.”
The letter goes on to say, “You are the exclusive bargaining representative for the entire league and you have the power to bargain on behalf of the entire NFL and its players.”
In the letter, the league says, CIminis has said that he believes that the collective negotiating process should be “fair