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New York Giants Notes: Good News, Bad News

Good morning, New York Giants fans! Some potentially good news this morning before the potentially bad news. The potentially good news is that the NFL and NFLPA are expected to finalize the CBA...

Golden Nuggets: 49ers Free Agent Bonanza, Ian Williams Is A Good Signing

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Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of 49ers links from around the web.

NFLPA approves deal. Done.

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NFLPA approves deal. Done.

Twitter Adam Schefter Let Football Begin!!

NFL LOCKOUT UPDATE: Players Could Be Signed Today

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NFL LOCKOUT UPDATE: Players Could Be Signed Today

NFL lockout: Tentative plan is for players to begin vote process on Monday

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Baby steps, baby steps... "ESPN's John Clayton and Chris Mortensen report that -- according to a source -- owners and players have tentatively agreed to a plan that would have the players' executive committee vote on Monday to recommend accepting the owners' CBA proposal, and for the players to recertify as a union."

John Clayton and I reporting major progress in talks today. Players committee meet Mobday in DC to...

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John Clayton and I reporting major progress in talks today. Players committee meet Mobday in DC to hopefully recommend approval.

Chris Mortensen Twitter

you can take it to the bank that the players are not going to ratify this proposal as currently...

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you can take it to the bank that the players are not going to ratify this proposal as currently presented. #nfl

Jim Trotter Twitter I hope he's wrong.

One down, one to go. NFL owners approve CBA and settlement terms. Players now set for 8 p.m....

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One down, one to go. NFL owners approve CBA and settlement terms. Players now set for 8 p.m. conference call with reps.

Bob Glauber

Cap could be a "Soft" Cap.

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The players are clearly excited about the agreement in the proposed CBA that would force teams to spend as much money as needed to reach the $120 million dollar threshold, but this deal could still hurt veterans on teams who have been aggressive with their spending and who find themselves over the proposed $120 million threshold. I might have found my answer. I’ve learned from people close to the negotiations that we may not see the massive cap casualties that we’ve expected. In fact, there may not be any penalties for teams who are over the $120 million dollar threshold. What that would allow teams to do is hang onto veterans, if they so choose, without penalty. What was less clear to me was whether or not we’ll actually even see a salary cap. It is my understanding that for the first few years of this deal, the "cap" on spending could be soft or even non-existant.

Forget Logan Mankins: Manning and Brees are the big d-cks

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jeffduncantp Jeff Duncan Interesting. RT @Greg_A_Bedard: NFL source said Brees & Manning have requested to be exempt from franchise tag as part of the settlement GAAA!!!!! They're going to queer the deal!!

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