NFL player leadership is still majorly divided over the thought of a 17-game season.
Player reps fell into three categories when discussing the proposed new Collective Bargaining Agreement, those who never want 17 games, those who will accept it with tweaks to the deal, and those who accept it as is.
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Those reps held a conference call Friday and were set to vote on the deal, but getting the two-thirds majority was far from a slam dunk, a source said.
NFLPA decided to postpone voting, giving all parties involved a few days to sleep on the proposal and meet at the NFL combine in Indianapolis.
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