NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement 2011-20

The NFL Players Association published the full Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) negotiated between the league’s owners and players, which took effect on August 4, 2011.

This CBA is in force for 10 years through the end of the 2020 League Year, with a guarantee of a 2021 NFL Draft after the expiration of this agreement.

The document, with 15 appendices, runs 316 pages. The preamble to the CBA states “This agreement, which is the product of bona fide, arm’s length collective bargaining, is made and entered into as of the 4th day of August, 2011, in accordance with the provisions of the National Labor Relations Act, as amended, by and between the National Football League Management Council, which is recognized as the sole and exclusive bargaining representative of present and future employer member Clubs of the National Football League and the National Football League Players Association, which is recognized as the sole and exclusive bargaining representative of present and future employuee players in the NFL in a bargaining unit …”

NFL CBA 2011-20

For comparison purposes, the previous CBA which ran from 2006-2012, along with adjustments for the final capped season of 2010 under that agreement, can be found below.

NFL CBA 2006-2012 | 2010 CBA Adjustments

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