The NFL and the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) are working to address the issue of player labor issues.
In the NFLPA, the union’s executive director, Stephen Jones, has urged players to take time off to explore their interests overseas.
That’s because NFL players are paid by the number of snaps they play on the field, which is based on a player’s performance over the course of his career.
But many players are not eligible for the maximum $9,965 per year salary cap in the NFL.
In a recent letter to players, Jones said he believes the union is in the process of addressing the problem of a “labor shortage” for the NFL’s top players, but declined to provide details on what that might entail.
NFL players represent approximately 35 percent of the NFL roster, but only make up less than 20 percent of players who play in the league.NFLPA executive director Stephen Jones has been working on ways to address a labor shortage for NFL players.
He’s been meeting with coaches, trainers, and other employees to see if they can address the labor issue.
The union wants to make it easier for players to work overseas, but the details haven’t been decided yet.