Should NFL players go on strike for guaranteed contracts? | The Tylt

Should NFL players go on strike for guaranteed contracts?

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman says the players need to be willing to strike to get big guaranteed contracts like NBA players. The owners have no desire to negotiate fully guaranteed contracts, so going on strike is the only option. However, not a lot of players can afford to strike, so good faith negotiations are the best option. What do you think? 🏈 

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Football may be one of the most violent sports in the world. Athletes put their bodies on the line, and yet they do not get fully guaranteed contracts. The NFL owners have not shown a willingness to negotiate guaranteed contracts. 

Players need to strike in order to protect themselves and get fairly compensated for sacrificing their bodies.

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NFL players are already getting paid millions of dollars to play a game. Shoot, Richard Sherman is making $40 million dollars of GUARANTEED money. A strike would only create a narrative of greed, and drive fans away. If the players want to make changes, they should stick to good faith negotiations with the NFL in order to get what they want. 

A strike would only pit more people against them.

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Should NFL players go on strike for guaranteed contracts?
#PlayersShouldStrike
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#StrikesAreBad