Bhutanibeast Posted March 6, 2006 Share Posted March 6, 2006 check out this link. It says that if the CBA isnt extended, the NFL Draft wouldnt occur in 2008. Its says that college players oculd come out of college and become free agents right away with no salary limitations. However, it also says there could be a strike. Scroll down to see the news about the 2008 NFl draft. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2351462 or What are the long-term ramifications for the league? Barring a new CBA, the players either will be on strike or the owners will lock out the players in 2008. The union likely will decertify, and antitrust rules will apply. Also, the NFL draft will go away in 2008 as part of a clause inserted into the current CBA. Players coming out of college could be free agents, with no salary restrictions. Open negotiations, including those for rookies coming out of college, will leave it to the players to get what they can get. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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