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The NFL Players Association has voted to endorse a petition urging its members to vote against the NFL’s new collective bargaining agreement.

The endorsement comes on the heels of a petition for the same purpose from several players on Thursday.

“NFL players and coaches have a stake in this decision.

The players and coaching staffs have a right to the protections afforded to players under the CBA.

And players and fans deserve to know how their team is being run,” the petition reads.

“This is not a question of players not wanting to pay their dues or coaches not wanting their players to earn a living.

It is a question about the NFL players and teams taking on a new, unaccountable executive who is taking their money, their livelihood, and their lives away from them.”

The petition was signed by a number of players including linebacker Jonathan Casillas and offensive lineman Kevin Zeitler.

“It is not the right of a professional sports team to ask its employees to sacrifice for a system that has failed us,” the statement reads.

The CBA will go into effect on Jan. 1.

“The players want to know, ‘Is this the right time for me to pay my dues, or is this the wrong time?'”

Casillas said on NFL Network Thursday.

It’s the first time that the union has officially endorsed a petition.

The union has not yet announced how many members have signed the petition.