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NFL Lockout: New CBA Reportedly Agreed Upon; Players To Vote Monday

End, the NFL's labor wars have.

Maybe.

According to numerous sources, including Mike Freeman of CBS Sports and Pro Football Talk, the NFL owners have reached an agreement with the NFLPA* regarding the final points of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, and player representatives are flying to Washington, D.C. to vote on Monday.

By all accounts, there are no more things to be "worked out," no more "minor details to be put into place," or anything like that.

While we have not seen a new timeline for how things will occur when the new Collective Bargaining Agreement is officially put into place, it is being said that players could start being allowed into team facilities as early as Wednesday. If that's the case, the NFL is apparently hoping to open free agency and training camps on Saturday, July 30, which is going to make things awfully interesting.

As we find out more news on this story, we will bring it to you here at SB Nation Minnesota, as well as insight on how it affects the Vikings directly over at The Daily Norseman.

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