NFL CBA 2011
Giving the 49ers a few extra days to negotiate a long-term deal with Arik Armstead
Sherman has been vocal about his opposition on the new CBA
The original deadline was March 12—which is meaningful for San Francisco with Armstead’s franchise tag situation looming
Sounds like a threat to me
With some info on potential holdouts and international games as well.
There were a few changes to the practice squad.
The players are not happy about this deal
That gives the 49ers more time to make a decision
Don’t do it, players
The 49ers are locking up their rookies to contracts with relative ease. The current collective bargaining agreement has ensured an easy process with a rookie wage scale. In our latest breakdown of the CBA, we take a look at Article 7, which covers ro
The NFL and NFLPA agreed to a minimum cash spending requirement as part of the new collective bargaining agreement back in 2011. We break down what this means for the 49ers from a cap and spending perspective.
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We take a look at teams that are over the NFL salary cap and will have to cut players over the next day.