NFL players speak out against proposed CBA
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The collective bargaining agreement proposed and approved by NFL owners on Thursday drew a hard response from the league's players.

If approved, the players would receive 47% of all revenue in 2020, improvements to working conditions, and a maximum $250,000 Week 17 check if the schedule is expanded to 17 games.

Among those unsatisfied with the offer were Houston Texans star J.J. Watt and NFLPA executive committee member Richard Sherman.

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