There reportedly could be two more teams in the NFL playoffs as soon as the 2020 season.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the current collective bargaining proposal would put seven teams from each conference in the postseason with only the top seed on each side of the bracket receiving a bye.

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That is a change from the current structure, which features six teams from each conference in the playoffs and the top two seeds receiving byes.

“That’s been agreed to for a long time,” a source told Schefter. “There wasn’t a lot of disagreement to that issue.”

As Schefter noted, this would mark the first change to the playoff format in nearly two decades.

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