Report: NFL, NFLPA push franchise tag window back 2 days
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The NFL and NFL Players Association agreed to push back the window for franchise and transition tags to be applied by two days, sources told NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport.

Teams will be able to start assigning tenders on Feb. 27 instead of Feb. 25 and have until March 12 to use them rather than March 10.

Clubs may use both tags this offseason because of a clause in the final year of the existing collective bargaining agreement. Teams will be allowed only one tag if the NFL and NFLPA agree to a new CBA.

Players are expected to vote to approve or reject a new CBA on Tuesday or Wednesday. Owners have already voted in favor of it.

The Dallas Cowboys and Tennessee Titans would be among the teams in position to use both tags if a new CBA doesn't get done in time.

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