It was a tight vote with a split membership, but the NFLPA has approved the new CBA. That means labor peace through 2030 and some changes are coming. The biggest: we're getting seven playoff teams per conference starting this upcoming season and the owners have the option to expand the regular season to 17 games as early as 2021 (and by option, I mean, they will do this, though maybe not until 2022 pr 2023 because of logistics). Player share of revenue rises to at least 48%, minimum salaries are going up, and roster sizes are expanding. Gameday rosters go to 48 players, practice squads will go to 12 players this year and 14 players in 2022, and there will be new rules making it easier to activate players from practice squads and then send them back down.