The NFL season will start on Sunday, and it will be a fun one.

Here are the big stories: The NFL and the players’ union have been in a legal stalemate over the NFLPA’s demands for a new collective bargaining agreement, with the union’s top official warning that if a deal isn’t signed by the end of the month, the league would have to negotiate a new one.

The new CBA, negotiated in September and approved by NFL owners in December, has been delayed multiple times and is set to go into effect in mid-February, according to the league and union.

The union is seeking to have the deal ratified by the league by the March 4 opening of the new season.

The deadline is April 3, but the league is negotiating with the players union for a different date, as well as the timing of other changes that might impact the schedule of the regular season.

That negotiation has been going on for a few months, but it appears to be moving forward.

Here’s a look at what you need now to keep up with the league.

The NFL’s salary cap is set at $121 million for the 2017 season, and the union has been pushing for a cap increase of $100 million.

The league has indicated that it would prefer a $125 million increase.

The teams are also expected to raise their projected salary cap for next season, which could potentially make the difference between a better or worse season.

On Sunday, the players are scheduled to have their annual meeting.

But they’re not set to be the leaders of the league’s negotiating team.

The owners are set to have an owners’ meeting Monday and a vote of the general managers.

The general managers are set, among other things, to vote on whether to move forward with the salary cap increase.

A player’s salary is not included in the owners’ salary cap.

The cap is currently set at about $127 million for next year.

If the cap is not raised, it would mean that the salary of every player is going to go up by $6.2 million next year, which would be $15.6 million more than the cap in 2018.

And that would mean players will be getting paid even less, because the players will not be able to be counted on to contribute as much to the team as they once did.

The current salary cap has not gone up since 2010.

In the past, it was set at somewhere around $75 million.

In a statement, the NFL Players Association said that if the owners don’t agree to a raise, it “will take every legal and constitutional recourse available to us.”

The union has said it wants to be able get the increase before the start of the 2019 season, but if the league does not agree to it, it will have to take the cap up a year and a half, according, to The Associated Press.

The first three games of the season are scheduled for the beginning of March, and they will be the first three of the entire season, starting in midweek.

That means that the first two weeks of the NFL schedule will be played in midseason.

In order to avoid any potential delays, the schedule could include games against the Minnesota Vikings in late February and the Seattle Seahawks in March.

For now, it is likely that the league will not allow the NFL to schedule any games during the summer, but there is no set date yet for the league to release the schedule.

There will also be some additional games that the NFL is not allowed to play, according: Sunday’s game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Miami Dolphins.

That game is scheduled to be played on Thursday, February 10, but that game will not start until Sunday, February 23, and then it will not get played again until March 10.

The Chargers vs. the Oakland Raiders, a preseason game in the middle of the preseason.

That is also set to not start on the schedule until March 11.

The Browns vs. Miami Dolphins, a pre-season game in mid March.

That also is set not to start until March 15.

The Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills, a playoff game in late April.

That will not begin until April 8.

The Packers vs. Arizona Cardinals, a first-round playoff game against the Patriots in early May.

The Raiders vs. Washington Redskins, a divisional round game in early June.

The Colts vs. New England Patriots, a wild-card game in August.

The Redskins vs. Cincinnati Bengals, a Super Bowl game in September.

The Falcons vs. Green Bay Packers, a regular-season opener in September, which will not end until October 1.

All of these games are not scheduled to start in the season opener, so the players can begin to get used to the idea of being on the field with their teammates, starting the season with a new team.

They also won’t be able do the usual things like practice on game days,

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