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NFL players react on social media to collective bargaining agreement passing

Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is not a fan of the new collective bargaining agreement between the league and the players that was passed Sunday.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is not a fan of the new collective bargaining agreement between the league and the players that was passed Sunday.
(Dylan Buell / Getty Images)

The NFL Players Assn. voted in favor of a new 10-year collective bargaining agreement with team owners that, among other things, will add a 17th game to the regular season starting in 2021.

Many players weren’t shy about what they thought about the CBA passing. After the new labor agreement was ratified by a vote of 1,019 to 959, players from around the NFL reacted on social media:

Against the CBA

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For the CBA


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