NFL players take to Twitter on proposed CBA
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Details of the collective bargaining agreement proposed by NFL owners emerged Wednesday when ESPN's Adam Schefter reported players would receive a 48.5% share in revenue if the season expanded to 17 games.

Not long after, NFL players took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the proposal. It's believed owners and players could vote on the new CBA by the end of the week.

Jacksonville Jaguars star Leonard Fournette was blunt in his assessment.

However, New York Jets safety Jamal Adams was in favor of an extra game. He deleted his tweet, but not before San Francisco 49ers corner Richard Sherman reached out to him.

Adams explained why he took down the tweet but remained of the same opinion.

Other players were more concerned with their share of the pot, and lifetime health insurance.

NFL players take to Twitter on proposed CBA
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