Management Council will not share team salary reports with PA
Yet another minor twist in the ongoing labor battle between the players and the owners in the NFL is that the NFLPA is going to have to lean on the agents in order to do bookkeeping this season.
Because 2010 is an uncapped year, the NFLPA has informed agents in a letter that the CBA states the NFL Management Council is not required to send what are known as Team Salary reports to the players association office.
The NFLPA wants to accurately track club spending and therefore is leaning on the agents to review the information and double check information the NFLPA has. It was easy to do in the past when the NFLPA sent along the numbers on a regular basis. That is not going to happen now and in order to ensure it is working with the right numbers, the players association needs a little help.
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