You can count Jarvis Landry as one of many players who are out on the NFL CBA changes proposed by the league’s owners.
That tweet came after the 32 NFL owners voted to accept the negotiated terms of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement which had a proposed 17-game schedule and a big tweak to the playoff format.
The five-time Pro Bowler and Browns receiver isn’t the only NFL player to share his displeasure with the owner’s proposal.
The players see the schedule increase as a way to get to an 18 game schedule and put their bodies even more at risk.
The CBA is set to expire at the end of the 2020 season, so a deal not being signed now isn’t a guarantee that a lockout will happen.
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