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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !

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    NFL | New salary cap at $104 million
    Wed, 8 Mar 2006 17:52:33 -0800

    Updating previous reports, ESPNews reports the salary cap for the 2006 season will be set at $104 million. The free agency period will start at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, March 10.


    NFL | New CBA passes by a 30-2 vote
    Wed, 8 Mar 2006 17:52:10 -0800

    ESPN.com reports NFL owners approved a six-year extension of the collective bargaining agreement by a vote of 30-2 Wednesday night, March 8.


    Chuch.

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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !

    "aceclown" wrote:
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    NFL | New salary cap at $104 million
    Wed, 8 Mar 2006 17:52:33 -0800

    Updating previous reports, ESPNews reports the salary cap for the 2006 season will be set at $104 million. The free agency period will start at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, March 10.


    NFL | New CBA passes by a 30-2 vote
    Wed, 8 Mar 2006 17:52:10 -0800

    ESPN.com reports NFL owners approved a six-year extension of the collective bargaining agreement by a vote of 30-2 Wednesday night, March 8.

    Looks like 1 more day of waiting for FA to start. At least all these delays were worth it. No cap and no draft would have been horrible!

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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !!!!!

    im sooooo stoked now. There will be absolutely NO excuse for not making the NFC championships. this is turning out to be one of the best offseasons ever. even if we did lose pep, we should be able to give brees a shot.

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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !!!!!

    YEAH!!! Let's go spend some money on some productive players and get to the SUPER BOWL...and WIN it this time!!!
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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !!!!!

    The teams that voted against it were the Bills and the Bengals does anybody know if they are big or small market teams I'm wondering what they didn't like about it?
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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !!!!!

    They are small.

    " The vote was 30-2, with Buffalo and Cincinnati, two low-revenue teams, voting against the extension."

    http://nfl.com/news/story/9293409

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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !!!!!

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    YEAH!!! Let's go spend some money on some productive players and get to the SUPER BOWL...and WIN it this time!!!
    Exactly, thank goodness we avoided a labor nightmare and fill that shopping cart with some talent.
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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !

    I think the reason Cincinnati and Buffalo voted against it was that they would have to give a higher percentage of the revenue to the players. They wanted that extra revenue because they were a small market team.
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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !!!!!

    alright now let FA BEGIN!

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    Re: Owners agree on new 6 year extention for CBA & revenue !!!!!

    I'm glad they finaly reached an agreement.

    It's not only good for us, it's good for the players, teams, owners, league, future players , and for the fans themselves..

    Now we can move onto the FAgency...

    Let the real fun begin....


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