The NFL draft is a long, grueling, and sometimes confusing process.
The league wants to make sure its fans know the depth of talent available to them in the first round and then has to make decisions about how to allocate those picks.
That’s where the NFLPA comes in.
The NFLPA is the union representing all 30 teams.
The union represents the players, coaches and administrators who represent them.
The players and their union have long been a thorn in the side of the NFL and it’s one of the main reasons they didn’t sign an agreement last year.
But the NFLCPA has been trying to negotiate with the NFL on a deal for years.
Now, they have an ally in the form of the National Football League Players Association, which has been negotiating on behalf of players.
The two sides reached a tentative agreement this week.
The NFLPA says it’s a great thing that the NFL is negotiating with the players.
“We believe this is a great first step to get a collective bargaining agreement in place for all players and the league,” NFLPPA Executive Director Bill DeMott said in a statement.
“This is a good step towards reaching an agreement with the league, and it also means that the players will have more leverage to negotiate and win on all fronts.
The players have been working hard on a solution to address the current situation and we are confident that the negotiations will lead to a fair and equitable deal for all parties,” DeMot said.
The deal includes the league paying players at least $30 million a year in benefits and is expected to be ratified by the union’s board of directors in late January.
This is the latest step in a long process that began more than two years ago.
The last major negotiation was in 2014, when the players voted to accept a collective-bargaining agreement with their union.
That agreement is still under negotiation.
The current deal includes no guarantee of a better deal for players.