The NFL’s collective bargaining agreement is up for review this month and the Raiders have already filed a grievance against the NFL for violating the collective bargaining rights of players.
Now the NFLPA is getting ready to make its case to the NFL, which has been negotiating a new collective bargaining deal since 2012.
That deal, which is expected to be approved by the league’s board of governors in July, is expected give the Raiders an even bigger payday than the current deal.
The Raiders are already set to make a huge investment on a new stadium, but there are questions about whether that investment will translate to a big financial return.
In the last few years, the Raiders, who have the franchise tag, have been in the minority in the NFL and the only other franchise that has had a contract extension in the last three years is the New England Patriots.
The NFL has a complicated contract with the Raiders and a complicated relationship with Oakland.
There’s also the issue of the Raiders being able to negotiate a new contract if they don’t get a franchise tag extension.
The Raiders have been negotiating their franchise tag for years.
But with the league not agreeing to anything, the league has had to make an adjustment in the way it talks to franchise players, who are guaranteed $25 million if they make the Pro Bowl or play for a Super Bowl champion.
The most recent deal was signed in 2011, but the Raiders’ last deal included a $5 million roster bonus, which could have allowed the team to exceed the cap by $5.5 million for this year.
The new deal will be signed with the same amount of money, so the team will have $6 million less to play with.