BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
INDIANAPOLIS — The NFL could have a new collective bargaining agreement in place before the start of the new league year on March 18.
Or it could not.
A week ago, the NFL owners approved their version of the proposed CBA, which the NFL Players Association Executive Board voted against shortly thereafter. After a lengthy meeting at the NFL scouting combine Tuesday, the 32 NFLPA player representatives voted in favor of sending the proposed CBA to the union as a whole...