Several players voice disappointment at NFLPA voting to approve CBA
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The NFL players' union voted Saturday to ratify the owner-approved proposal for a new collective bargaining agreement, securing labor peace through the 2030 season.

It was a narrow decision on the players' end, with 1,019 in favor and 959 opposed (51.5% to 48.5%). The deal will see an increase in player compensation along with a 17-game regular-season schedule and an expanded playoff field, among other changes.

Some players took to social media on Sunday morning to express their disappointment about the CBA's approval:

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