Tom Brady Comments on Upcoming CBA Negotiations’ Impact on NFL Players

September 9, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady stated Thursday night that NFL players must take a strong stand together to fight for key issues once the next round of discussions begin on a collective bargaining agreement.  
Mike Reiss of ESPN.com passed along comments Brady, who's set to serve a controversial four-game suspension for the Deflategate scandal, made during a Westwood One radio interview with Jim Gray:
I actually think it's a great opportunity for the players to come together and the players to recognize all the things we have negotiated, and as we negotiate hopefully a CBA extension, that we as players come together to really stand up for the things we believe in and continue to fight just as the players who fought before us.
The report noted there's been no movement toward an agreement so far with five seasons left on the current deal, which runs through the 2020 season. The star quarterback discussed the importance of making sure all of the vital issues...

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