The National Lacrosse League (NLL) announced today via the @NLLCBA Twitter account that they will opt out of the final two seasons of the current collectiveÂ bargainingÂ agreement.
“NLL opts out of the final two seasons of the current CBA. NLL intends to operate for 2013 under wages and conditions of 2012 CBA terms.”
The NLL states above in a tweet saying that they will operate 2013 under the current wages and conditions of 2012.
Commissioner George Daniel states:Â â€œAlthough we have opted out of the current agreement…league remains open for business and committed to play the 2013 season. We have opted out of the current agreement because the economic model does not serve our long term interests.”
Daniel says in a release via NLL.com “â€œWe remain ready, willing and able to bargain in good faith with the Playerâ€™s Association on a new CBA”
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