While the National Basketball Association is mulling potential changes to its schedule to reduce the strain on players over the course of a marathon season, NFL owners want to expand the regular season to 18 games in a move to increase revenue.
In early negotiations regarding the league's current collective bargaining agreement, which expires after the 2020 season, an addition to the schedule reportedly has been discussed with the owners proposing the players remain limited to 16 games in an 18-game schedule.
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Along with an 18-game schedule comes a stipulation that players can only play in sixteen of those games.
National Football League owners are constantly looking for ways to increase their profits and commissioner Roger Goodell is usually right there with them. Probably not. That's the question nobody confronts. But is it good for us?
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The current Collective Bargaining Agreement is set to expire following the 2020 National Football League season, in March 2021. "That would mean even if the Kansas City Chiefs played 18 games, quarterback Patrick Mahomes would play in just 16 of them". But the conversations around an expanded schedule have approached a new level of creativity, three people familiar with the discussions said, with the possibilities including expanded rosters and mandating players only participate in a certain number of games. "It's not our job to put that square peg in the round hole". Running back Le'Veon Bell sat out the entire 2018-19 season because of a contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers, then signed a four-year, $52.5 million deal, with $27 million guaranteed, in the offseason with the New York Jets. The NFLPA believes that increase would add another $15 million to the salary cap limit for each team in the first year.
"[Bell] used his power to dictate his own destiny".
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